The value of Canadian merchandise with Austria of over $2 billion Austria is expected to grow with the benefit of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA). CETA goes beyond lowering tariffs but making easier for companies to take advantage of its provisions. Main Canadian exports to Austria are aircraft products and machinery and Canadian companies are seeking low cost delivery to Austria to facilitate opportunity.
Jet Canada provides low cost shipping from Canada to Austria and special services such as dedicated pick up, Canada Address receiving and forwarding.
Carrier Shipping Choices to Austria from Canada
Shipping Austria via Canada Post
Canada Post offers low cost delivery for individual shipping small parcels Austria from Canada. Packages sent via Canada Post are imported to Austria and delivered by the Austria Post.
For individuals shipping small parcels to Austria, the least expensive option is most often Canada Post.
Shipping small parcels to Austria via Post "packets"
- Canada Post Small Packet International Surface to Austria
- Canada Post Small Packet International Air to Austria
- Canada Post Tracked Packet to Austria: delivery in within 2 weeks
Shipping packages Austria from Canada parcel post (over 2 kg)
- Canada Post International Parcel to Austria: Surface
- Canada Post Xpresspost International to Austria
- Get a comparison quote for shipping Austria from Canada
Shipping packages to Austria via FedEx Canada and UPS Canada
FedEx and UPS are the largest carriers in North America and, along with DHL, offer dependable international express services from Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal, Ottawa and all of Canada to Vienna and across Austria.
TNT Austria is a subsidiary of FedEx.
Fedex and UPS Canada shipping options to Austria include:
- International Air Priority Austria in as fast as 2 days
- International Economy from Canada for delivery to Austria
- Shipping Austria from Canada? Get a quote from Jet!
Delivery to Austria via Purolator Courier
Purolator Courier, a subsidiary of Canada Post, offers international parcel shipping to Austria from Canada via partners, such as UPS.
Parcel Customs Clearance for Goods sent from Canada
Austria customs assessed duty and taxes on the CIF value (Cost of the goods being imported plus the cost for transportation and insurance). Austria uses the Harmonized System HS codes to assess the rate of duty. See section below regarding CETA duty free entry.
Value added tax (VAT) in Austria is applied for shipments from Canada. The VAT in Austria ( also known as Mehrwertsteuer/ MwSt) is 20%. Some goods, such as are charged a lesser rate (19%, 12% and 10%).
Duty Free Clearance of low value Canadian parcels to Austria
Most packages imported to Austria fromCanada with a value under €22 can be imported duty fee.
Note of VAT charges to Austria: Effective in 2021 parcels valued below 22 euros imported to Austria from Canada (and all non EU countries) will be assessed value added tax. For parcels valued over 150 euros, the current procedure of assessing. duty, and tax will remain unchanged.
Duty Free Clearance Canadian goods to Austria under CETA
Country origin rules are associated with factors used to determine if the product is eligible for preferential duty free treatment under CETA.
Canadian shippers to Austria do not need a certificate of origin but will require an origin declaration to obtain preferential CETA benefits.
A declaration on the invoice or any other commercial document accompanying the shipment is enough.
The CETA country of origin declaration has a specific wording, which is fairly straight forward (check with up to date regulations before shipping).
Required CETA country of origin declaration can include the following:
The CETA origin declaration to ________ from Canada wording must include the following wording. Footnotes are provided for explanation (but do not meant to be included in the required wording). The origin declaration, the text of which is given below, must be completed in accordance with the footnotes (see below).
(Period: from___________ to __________(1))
The exporter of the products covered by this document (customs authorisation No ...(2)) declares that, except where otherwise clearly indicated, these products are of ...(3) preferential origin.
(Place and date)
(Signature and printed name of the exporter)
CETA Statement of Origin Footnotes:
These notes are used to explain the fields required above. They do not have to be included in the actual origin statement.
- When the origin declaration is completed for multiple shipments of identical originating products within the meaning of Article 19.5, indicate the period of time for which the origin declaration will apply. The period of time must not exceed 12 months. All importations of the product must occur within the period indicated. Where a period of time is not applicable, the field can be left blank.
- For EU exporters: When the origin declaration is completed by an approved or registered exporter the exporter's customs authorization or registration number must be included. A customs authorization number is required only if the exporter is an approved exporter. When the origin declaration is not completed by an approved or registered exporter, the words in brackets must be omitted or the space left blank. For Canadian exporters: The exporter's Business Number assigned by the Government of Canada must be included. Where the exporter has not been assigned a business number, the field may be left blank.
- "Canada/EU" means products qualifying as originating under the rules of origin of the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement. When the origin declaration relates, in whole or in part, to products originating in Ceuta and Melilla, the exporter must clearly indicate the symbol "CM".
- These indications may be omitted if the information is contained on the document itself.
- Article 19.3 provides an exception to the requirement of the exporter's signature. Where the exporter is not required to sign, the exemption of signature also implies the exemption of the name