Specific ServicesPrecious Commodities, Banking & Luxury Goods
Swiss made watches are a luxury statement worldwide. Even if Switzerland produces a limited number of time pieces, Swiss brands literally drive the global watch market and set the quality standards. Swiss WorldCargo shares the values of the Swiss watch making industry to the extent that it has contributed to designing the supply chain for the global watch industry. We understand the importance of our services to our clients’ business success, and besides connecting key markets efficiently with direct flights from and to Zurich and Geneva, our in-depth industry expertise enables us to develop prime solutions for the transportation of higher-end watches.
Despite the disruptive evolution of mobile banking and payments, cash today remains the most commonly used method of payment when looked at from a global perspective. Financial and banking institutions regularly transport banknotes and coins across the planet for their transactions. Swiss WorldCargo connects global financial and trading hubs via Zurich and Geneva: We deliver absolute peace of mind to our customers, by ensuring maximum discretion and highest-security operating procedures.
Swiss WorldCargo complies to the international anti money laundering requirements, as defined by the Anti Money Laundering Act (AMLA).
Diamonds & Jewellery
Diamonds are forever - but only if they are safely transported across the supply chain, from the mine facilities to the retailer. Swiss WorldCargo is one of the most credited players when it comes to transporting diamonds, precious stones and jewellery. We enable to safely deliver rough diamonds to global diamond centers, either for polishing or trading purposes. We also ensure the highly secure air-transportation of jewellery and other precious stones to and from the major global trade shows such as Baselworld, Hong Kong International Jewellery Show, Vicenzaoro and many more.
At Swiss WorldCargo we are fully committed to the “Kimberley Process”, which was established to prevent "conflict diamonds" from entering the mainstream rough diamond market, and "to ensure that diamond purchases were not financing violence by rebel movements and their allies seeking to undermine legitimate governments.
The constant turnover growth of the global art market in the last 15 years reflects an extremely dynamic market which depends a lot on global trading. Transporting any type of artwork is an art itself: paintings, antiques, lithographies, photographs, sculptures or designer furniture are all fragile, of great value, and occasionally also of a considerable size. Museums, arts galleries, auction houses and private collectors must rely on highly specialised, trustworthy logistics partners. At Swiss WorldCargo, our team of dedicated valuables specialists closely collaborate with the industry experts to form a leading centre of excellence in this field.
High value commodities & Confidential Documents
Precious commodities also include classic luxury goods such as design clothing and accessories, any other high value items such as collectibles, or sensitive and/or confidential customer document and record. With extensive trainings for valuable consignments, short transit times, full surveillance, high-security storage as well as a global audited network with high-quality handling standards, Swiss WorldCargo is one of the preferred partners for the movement of such valuable assets.
From mine sites to end user, the precious metals supply chain is very complex and requires highly specialised logistics partners. Swiss WorldCargo understands all the risks related to the transportation of scrap or alloy metals from the mining facilities to refineries, and offers a highly-secure storage-to-storage (vault-to-vault) service for the trading of gold bullions and platinum group metals. Being discrete about our clients, operating procedures and security measures are key elements to our high reputation in this segment.