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Moving from Dubai to Slovenia

Moving from Dubai to Slovenia

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Moving from Dubai to Slovenia

Are you planning to move from Dubai to Slovenia and looking for international cargo moving company from home relocation, office movers, house relocate and door to door shipping & moving services? In Dubai, serval cargo shipping and moving companies are working but only a few are professional and promise to move your household and office equipment safely and professionally at your desire location in Slovenia.

We at Dubai Movers provide professional cargo shipping and moving services from Dubai to Slovenia at a very low cost that anyone can afford for moving from Dubai to Slovenia. On the other hand, we have a team of professional and highly trained staff for the packing of your goods, storage of your goods, mover and removal of your goods, customs clearance of your goods on seaports, airports and borders on both ends at Dubai and other countries of the world.

To ask more about our company please use the form available on our contact page, give us a call at +97143306717 or send any inquiries to our email address enquiry@dubaimovers.net.

How Dubai Movers can help for moving to Slovenia

Dubai Movers’s has talented and expertly trained moving specialists, which will help you every step of the way during your international move to Slovenia from Dubai, UAE. Before you get started, learn more about all of our offered shipping services from Dubai to Slovenia and options to determine what best meets your needs:

  • Your moving timeline. When do you need to be in Slovenia from Dubai? Should you ship your goods via air or sea freight?
  • Your real estate plans. Will you be renting or buying a home in Slovenia?
  • Your fragile items. Do you require packing or custom crating services?
  • Your family/household size. Are you moving alone or with the family to Slovenia? For business or personal reasons?
  • Your cubic feet estimate. How large is your shipment in a cubic meter?

How Much Does a Move to Slovenia Cost?

Cost is always a major factor to consider when planning your overseas move from one place to another place and same is the case with moving from Dubai to Slovenia. Your first step is scheduling a home/office survey with Dubai Movers to receive a quote to ship your items to Slovenia. One of our trained moving specialists will visit your home/office to view your belongings and determine your shipment’s estimated cubic footage. You will then receive a free quote for the international moving services you need for moving to Slovenia!

Ultimately, the cost of your overseas move to Slovenia will vary based on the cubic footage of your shipment, your preferred method of shipping (air vs. sea freight) the services you require (such as packing and custom crating), and many other factors.

About Slovenia

Slovenia, a nation in focal Europe that was a piece of Yugoslavia for the greater part of the twentieth century. Slovenia is a little yet geographically assorted nation comprised of bits of four significant European geographic scenes—the European Alps, the karstic Dinaric Alps, the Pannonian and Danubian swamps and slopes, and the Mediterranean coast. Effectively available mountain passes (presently supplanted by burrows) through Slovenia’s present-day domain have since quite a while ago filled in as courses for that intersection the Mediterranean and transalpine locales of Europe.

The Slovenes are South Slavic individuals with a one of a kind language. For the greater part of its history, Slovenia was generally constrained by the Habsburgs of Austria, who controlled the Holy Roman Empire and its replacement expresses, the Austrian Empire and Austria-Hungary; what’s more, seaside divides were held for a period by Venice. As a feature of Yugoslavia, Slovenia went under the socialist standard for the greater part of the post-World War II period.

With the disintegration of the Yugoslav organization in 1991, a multiparty popularity based political framework rose. Slovenia’s financial thriving in the late twentieth century pulled in a huge number of transients from somewhere else in the Balkans. In the mid 21st century, Slovenia coordinated financially and politically with western Europe, joining the North Atlantic Treaty Organization just as the European Union in 2004. Slovenia’s capital and the most significant city are Ljubljana.

Slovenia Economy

Drawing upon a long convention of artworks, Slovenes started the modernization and enhancement of their economy in the mid-twentieth century. Owing partially to this head start, Slovenia gained extraordinary ground under Yugoslavia’s market-situated “self-administration” type of communism (socialism). For a large portion of the time of league, Slovenes made up under 10 per cent of Yugoslavia’s populace, yet they created 20 per cent of the nation’s riches and 30 per cent of its fares.

By the 1980s, in any case, the Yugoslav financial framework had capitulated to obligation and stagnation, and hatred over the Belgrade focal government’s arrangement of disseminating sponsorships from the more prosperous northern republics to the less-rich and regularly degenerate southern republics was most likely the foremost impetus of Slovene freedom. Yugoslavia’s separation, in any case, denied Slovenia of a safe market and caused monetary disengagement as Slovene undertakings had to seek business in a more extensive market during a period of overall downturn.

Inborn shortcomings of “socially possessed” endeavours were uncovered, including featherbedding, constrained proficient abilities, helpless seriousness, undercapitalization, old fashioned creation strategies, and protection from advancement. Positive highlights incorporated the cutting edge foundation and Slovenia’s customarily solid social control.

In the mid 21st century the Slovene economy depended fundamentally on administrations and exchange. The move to a market economy has improved the way of life in country territories regardless of just humble changes in the conventional smallholding example of land ownership. It additionally delivered a little gathering of recently affluent people, tajkuni (“investors”). The vast majority of the economy has been privatized, and a noteworthy wellspring of pay originates from the assembling of car parts, pharmaceuticals, and electrical apparatuses.

Slovenia Customs, Currency & Airport Tax regulations details

Customs

Import regulations:

Free import to passengers arriving with goods purchased within the EU which are for personal use only:
1. tobacco products:
– 800 cigarettes;
– 400 cigarillos (max. 3 grams each);
– 200 cigars;
– 1 kilogram of smoking tobacco.
2. alcoholic beverages:
– 10 litres of spirits over 22%;
– 20 litres of alcoholic beverages less than 22%;
– 90 litres of wine (though no more than 60 litres of sparkling wine);
– 110 litres of beer.

Free import to passengers arriving from the non-EU Member States (incl. Aland Island, Canary Islands, Channel Islands and other similar territories) :
1. tobacco products, for passengers aged 17 and older:
– 200 cigarettes; or
– 100 cigarillos (max. 3 grams each); or
– 50 cigars; or
– 250 grams of tobacco; or
– proportional assortment;
2. alcoholic beverages, for passengers aged 17 and older:
– 1 litre of spirits over 22% volume, or non-denatured ethyl alcohol with more than 80% volume; or
– 2 litres of spirits or aperitifs made of wine or similar beverages less than 22% volume, or sparkling wines or liquor wines; or
– a proportional mix of these products; and in addition
– 4 litres of wine; and
– 16 litres of beer;
3. medicinal products sufficient for personal needs;
4. other goods (for air travellers) up to a total value of EUR 430.- per traveller or EUR 150.- (per passenger aged under 15 years).

Products of animal origin, not originating from an EU Member State, Andorra, Liechtenstein, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland or the United Kingdom, are not permitted to be imported into an EU Member State, with the exception of limited amounts from Andorra, Faroe Isl., Greenland, Iceland and small amounts of specific products from other countries.

For full details, please see or refer to the website of the European Union.

For full details please see Terms & Definitions, section 5. Customs, or refer to the website of the European Union.

Certain plants and plant products entering the EU must have an original phytosanitary certificate. These items must be declared on arrival and are subject to phytosanitary checks.

Arms and Ammunition regulations:

Prohibited: It is not allowed to import arms and ammunition from the Russian Fed. and Syria.

Additional Information on regulations:

Drugs: narcotic drugs can only be imported with a permit. Prohibited: the import of meat and meat products and milk and milk products is prohibited unless holding the proper veterinary documents. The goods must also be declared on arrival for veterinary control. Exempt are:

powdered infant milk, infant food and special foods required for medical reasons if the quantity does not exceed that which could be consumed by an individual;

consignments from Andorra, Norway and San Marino;

products entering the EU from the Faroe Islands, Greenland, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Switzerland.

Export regulations:

In general, the export of articles for personal use is free. An export license (issued by the Ministry of Culture) is required for the export of cultural goods (works of art, archaeology, ethnography, etc.).

Crew members customs regulations:

Free import of the following:

tobacco products: 25 cigarettes; or 10 cigarillos; or 5 cigars; or 250 grams of smoking tobacco; or a proportional assortment of these products;

alcoholic beverages, 0.25 litres of spirits and 1 litre of still wine;

other goods which are not intended for commercial purposes, not exceeding the value of EUR 20.-.

Pets:

Cats and dogs are subject to Regulation (EC) No. 998/2003 and Regulation (EU) 576/2013.
Birds are subject to Decision (EC) No. 25/2007.
For more information contact: Veterinary Administration of the Rep. of Slovenia, Parmova 53, 1000 Ljubljana. Tel: 386 1 300 1300. Fax: 386 1 300 1356.
Pets may enter as passenger’s checked baggage, in the cabin or as cargo.

Baggage Clearance regulations:

Baggage is cleared at the airport of final destination in Slovenia.

Currency

Currency Import regulations:

Same regulations as for Export apply.

Currency Export regulations:

Local currency (Euro-EUR). Amounts higher than EUR 13,500.- must be declared to customs.

Airport Tax

No airport tax is levied on passengers upon embarkation at the airport.

To ask more about our company please use the form available on our contact page, give us a call at +97143306717 or send any inquiries to our email address enquiry@dubaimovers.net.

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