Applications already introduced

DaziT has already introduced the following public apps and other applications. Some of these are the initial basic versions (minimum viable products, MVPs), which are being developed step by step according to user needs and feedback.

e-accompanying document and e-com

e-accompanying document and e-com enable paperless interaction between declarants and the Federal Customs Administration.

Users: Customs declarants

Introduction: 1 July 2020

Activ app

Activ enables customs declarations to be activated automatically, initially for transit consignments upon importation.

Users: Freight forwarding and transport companies

Introduction: Gradually from 2020 at all customs offices

QuickZoll app

QuickZoll enables users to import goods into Switzerland independently and pay any applicable taxes and duties directly on their smartphone.

Users: Travelling individuals

Introduction: April 2018

Via App

Via enables users to pay the lump-sum heavy vehicle charge (lump-sum HVC) via their smartphone, even before entering Switzerland and without stopping at the border.

Users: Drivers of motorhomes or coaches registered outside Switzerland and the Principality of Liechtenstein

Introduction: May 2019

Pilot projects

The following apps and other applications are currently being tested in pilot projects before being released for live operation.


EETS links the Swiss performance-related HVC to the Europe-wide compatible European Electronic Toll System.

Users: Foreign freight forwarding and transport companies

Periodic app (in german)

Periodic enables the automatic activation of goods consignments for regularly imported bulk goods.

Users: Freight forwarding and transport companies that use periodic collective declarations


Biera simplifies and digitalises beer tax declaration.

Users: Breweries in Switzerland and Liechtenstein


DocBox enables electronic customs documents to be obtained from a central and user-friendly location, initially for electronic assessment decisions.

Users: Customs declarants