Delivery and shipping costs
The prices stated on the product pages include the statutory value added tax and other price components.
Shipping costs Germany:
For each order we charge a standard shipping fee of 4.60 Euro up to an order value of 49.00 Euro. From an order value of 49.00 euros, the standard shipping costs are completely waived. If partial deliveries are made, the shipping costs will of course only be charged once.
Standard shipping is by DPD. If you wish to have your order shipped by DHL, you can select this during the ordering process. The cost is 2.50 euros plus standard shipping costs.
Shipping costs abroad:
Delivery abroad is only possible against prepayment!
For shipments to the following countries: Belgium, Denmark, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Austria 9,00 Euro will be charged up to a weight of 4 kg. If the shipment is heavier, the actual postage costs will be charged. For shipments to other countries, the applicable postage costs will always be charged.
For customers from Switzerland:
For deliveries to Switzerland, we recommend that you use the MeinEinkauf.ch service. All customs formalities and delivery to your door will then be taken care of by MeinEinkauf.ch for a small fee.
The best way to do this is to register at:meineinkauf.ch/bestellen/tapir-schweiz/
For deliveries to countries of the European Union, the currently valid value added tax of the Federal Republic of Germany applies. For orders from outside the EU, we reduce our prices by the German VAT included. The respective country-specific import VAT must then be paid at customs. We cannot provide any information on the levying of customs duties. A corresponding declaration of origin is printed on the invoice.
Payments from foreign banking institutions are free of additional charge within the EU if the IBAN and SWIFT code for our bank account are indicated on the transfer. Without this code, payments will only be credited to us after a deduction of 7.00 euros, which we have to charge the customer additionally if the transfer is not made from a German financial institution.