Nothing but legal goods across our borders

Nothing but legal goods across our borders

Swedish Customs are working for a society free of goods that endanger the environment and human health and security, and where businesses compete on equal terms.


Tramadol tablets seized


In 2024, Swedish Customs made a record-breaking seizure of just over 741,000 tablets of the street drug Tramadol. In total, we have seized over a million tablets in a few months. Tramadol is addictive and is increasingly used by young criminals to commit serious violent offences.


Selected content for private individuals

Shopping online


When you buy goods online from another country, the applicable rules vary depending on what you order and from which country the goods are coming.

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Buying goods in another country


When you have been shopping abroad, different rules apply depending on what goods you have bought and which country you are travelling from.

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Travelling with animals


It is important that animals travelling across borders are not carrying infectious diseases.

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Selected content for business

Import goods to Sweden


The term "import" means bringing goods into the European Union (EU) from a country outside the EU.

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Export goods from Sweden to countries outside the EU


The term "export" means sending goods to a country outside the European Union (EU).

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Tulltaxan (Taric)


Search for commodity codes in Tulltaxan (TARIC).

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