Shipping to Monaco
Before you ship to Monaco, you will want to check with the current guidelines for quantity amounts for certain items. For instance, if you wish to ship coffee to Monaco, you will want to keep it under 500 grams in your shipment. You can get a special exception but that requires permits to be filed so you should consider that before shipping and confer with your shipping company for guidance.
Shipping services to Monaco
The services available to you when shipping to Monaco are all over the board. You can ship there via ocean cargo freight liners, road fright trucks, or air mail. Additionally you can get a courier service to hand deliver your items once they pass through Customs for an additional fee as well as getting a tracking system in place for your shipment.
Required documents when shipping to Monaco
The required documents when shipping to Monaco will vary based on what you are shipping. They will most often include a commercial invoice of the goods being shipped, a Bill of Lading, a Certificate of Origin and a Declared Value statement. Your shipping company can help steer you in the right direction on what needs to accompany your shipment before you ship there.
Shipping limitations to Monaco
You are prohibited from shipping narcotics and live plants to Monaco under any circumstances. You can ship alcohol, tobacco and food items over there but they will be assessed a duty, or tax, upon them. This fee will be based on their declared value in the paperwork you attach to your shipment and must be paid before it can be released from Customs. You are encouraged to check the most current list of these types of items before you ship anything to Monaco so that you don't accidentally ship something you are not supposed to and have a problem.