For more than 35 years, “PME” has established itself as the reference point for managers, entrepreneurs, and executives seeking information about the economy in the french-speaking part of Switzerland. “PME” also serves as an inspiration source for these professionals, providing practical insights in areas such as management, entrepreneurship, business succession, retirement planning, and innovation. Going beyond just being a media platform, “PME” also facilitates encounters through numerous events, including “Les Matinales” or “Les Petits déjeuners PME & Startup”.

Facts

  • CharacteristicEconomy
  • Readership40 000
  • Reach2.2 %
  • Distributed circulation14 250
  • 1/1 page, gross rateCHF 8 550
  • Frequency1x per month
  • DistributionFrench-speaking Switzerland
  • Cost-per-thousandCHF 215

Source for readership and reach: MACH Basic 2024-1 (basis: French-speaking language group of 1 786 000 people)
Source for distributed circulation: WEMF Circulation Bulletin 2023

Media Facts

Media Facts

Readers (thousand)RangeStructureAffinity
Total402.2 %100 %100
Gender
Male293.3 %71.7 %147
Female111.2 %28.3 %55
Age
14 – 34 years81.4 %19.1 %62
35 – 54 years193.1 %47.3 %141
55+ years132.1 %33.6 %95
Age
14 – 19 years00.3 %1 %13
20 – 29 years41.5 %10.1 %67
30 – 39 years92.9 %21.6 %129
40 – 49 years92.9 %21.7 %130
50 – 59 years103.4 %25.7 %151
60+ years81.7 %19.9 %74
Household income in CHF
Up to 3,99951.4 %11.4 %61
4,000 – 7,999111.5 %26.9 %65
8,000+253.4 %61.7 %154
Type of residential area
Metropolitan area: central core332.2 %82.5 %98
Outside metropolitan areas72.4 %17.5 %110
Employment
Full time253.8 %62.4 %171
Part time61.9 %16.2 %84
In education/training10.7 %2.9 %30
Unemployed71.2 %18.6 %53
Education
Compulsory30.7 %7.3 %33
Medium121.6 %29.3 %71
High253.9 %63.4 %174
Very strong/generally strong interest
Stock market. investment. financial markets185.9 %44.8 %263
Economy314.7 %76.7 %210
Cars and motorbikes143.7 %35.5 %166
Training. further education233.2 %58 %145
Science and technology253.1 %63.3 %139
Source: MACH Basic 2024-1 / Base: French-speaking language group of 1 786 000 people

Publication and advertising deadlines

Publication and advertising deadlines

IssuePublicationAdvertising deadlineDeadline for print material
0120.12.202329.11.202306.12.2023
0231.01.202410.01.202417.01.2024
0328.02.202407.02.202414.02.2024
0427.03.202406.03.202413.03.2024
0524.04.202403.04.202410.04.2024
0629.05.202408.05.202415.05.2024
07/0826.06.202405.06.202412.06.2024
0928.08.202407.08.202414.08.2024
1025.09.202404.09.202411.09.2024
1130.10.202409.10.202416.10.2024
1227.11.202406.11.202413.11.2024
0118.12.202427.11.202404.12.2024

Premium formats are subject to an earlier advertising deadline and must be booked 4 weeks before the publication date.

Rates

Rates

Premium formats

FormatsPlacementFull bleed in mm (W x H)Print space in mm (W x H)Gross price in CHF
1/1 pageOpposite Sommaire210 x 282189 x 26110,260
1/1 pageOpposite Index/Actualités
1st right side in the rubric
210 x 282189 x 2619,850

Standard formats

FormatsFull bleed in mm (W x H)Print space in mm (W x H)Gross price in CHF
1/1 page210 x 282   189 x 2618,550
1/2 landscape210 x 140   189 x 1296,600
1/2 vertical104 x 282   93 x 2616,600
1/3 landscape210 x 96   189 x 855,640
1/3 vertical71 x 282   61 x 261   5,640
1/4 landscape210 x 74   189 x 63   5,160
1/4 corner93 x 129   5,160
2/3 landscape210 x 180   189 x 166   7,060

Additional costs

Additional costsSurcharge additional costs*
Placement guarantee for 1/2 page and larger10 %
Placement guarantee for 1/4 page to 1/3 page20 %
Per third-party advertisement (neither tiered discount, nor entitled for Advisory commission or Annual turnover premium)30 %
*Based on gross price in CHF

Cover pages

FormatsPlacementFull bleed in mm (W x H)Print space in mm (W x H)Gross price in CHF
2nd cover page210 x 282189 x 26111,120
3rd cover page210 x 282189 x 2618,550
4th cover page210 x 282189 x 26111,120
Opening2nd cover page and page 3420 x 282398 x 26122,110

Double-page spreads

FormatsFull bleed in mm (W x H)Print space in mm (W x H)Gross price in CHF
2/1 page420 x 282398 x 26118,810
2 x 1/2 landscape420 x 140398 x 12914,520
2 x 1/3 landscape420 x 96398 x 8512,410
2 x 1/4 landscape420 x 74398 x 6311,350

Special formats

FormatsAdditional informationFull bleed in mm (W x H)Print space in mm (W x H)Gross price in CHF
Papillona) 120 x 207
b) 120 x 282
43,800
Perforated client coverFront page: 210 x 227
Back page: 210 x 282
43,500
CoverWith flap165 x 18534,900
CoverWith flying page (1 page)120 x 28224,400
Coverspread420 x 28224,450
Gatefolder2 pages (folded outwards)404 x 28230,900
AdvertFoot bar in Mercato– Centred: 180 x 404,600
AdvertIsland ad in Actualités or Mercato1 column: 40 x 504,000

Advertorials

FormatsFull bleed in mm (W x H)Print space in mm (W x H)Gross price in CHF
2/1 page420 x 282398 x 26120,310
1/1 page210 x 282189 x 26110,050
Advertorials delivery by customers

Production surcharges

The following production surcharges apply when print material (text and design) is produced by the Brand Studio*:

FormatsLayoutFull bleed in mm (W x H)Gross price in CHF**
2/1 pageMagazine or journal format420 x 2825,000
1/1 pageMagazine or journal format210 x 2823,300
*Exclusive shooting – further adaptations and translations on request
**Neither tiered discount nor entitled for Advisory commission or Annual turnover premium

Bound supplement

  • Heavy specialities on request
  • 30 % surcharge for inserts with samples
Weights in grammGross price in CHF
≤ 158,982
16 – 2510,476
26 – 3511,988
36 – 5013,482

Tip-on

  • Heavy specialities on request
Weights in grammGross price in CHF
≤ 154,968
16 – 254,968
26 – 358,424
36 – 5010,206

Insert

  • Heavy specialities on request
  • 30 % surcharge for inserts with samples
Weights in grammGross price in CHF
≤ 1511,232
16 – 2512,726
26 – 3514,220
36 – 5016,092

Loose supplements

  • Heavy specialities on request
  • 30 % surcharge for inserts with samples
Weights in grammGross price in CHF
≤ 1511,232
16 – 2512,726
26 – 3514,220
36 – 5016,092

Product sample

Weights in grammGross price in CHF
≤ 156,300
16 – 256,300

General policies

The prices and information are subject to change at any time without prior notice. All technical data and weight information is non-binding. All prices are quoted in CHF excl. 8.1 % VAT; prices are valid from 1st January 2024.

Specials

Specifications & delivery

Specifications & delivery

Publishing title

Circulation
TitleCirculation 2024SubscriptionsKiosk sales
PME18,000*14,0004,000
Supplements within a special can only be booked as a total print run
Technical conditions
Print processOffset
Magazine format210 x 282 mm
Bleed advertisements+5 mm trim on all sides. Text and image elements that may not be trimmed must be 8 mm away from the edge of the magazine
UCR300 % (sum C+M+Y+K)
ICC profileISO Coated_V2_300_eci
Print material coloursTo ensure optimum reproduction of the advert, the print shop requires a binding quality proof in accordance with the Iso Coated Standard by the deadline. There must be a fogra media wedge on the proof. If no colour proof is available as a reference, your order will be printed according to the PSO standard.
Colour compositionAll advertisements must be created using the Euroscale colours (cyan, magenta, yellow and black)
Bitmap845 dpi, greyscale and colour: 300 dpi. Format: PDF. No RGB, DCS or OPI images
Panorama pagesIn the case of 2/1 pages with overflowing text, always take the gutter allowance into account or consult Ringier Advertising
Data formatDelivery as a PDF file is considered standard and is preferable to delivery in other file formats
DocumentsPDF/X-4 (other documents on request). For the settings, please see www.pdfx-ready.ch.
Delivery
Address for data transferprepresse@ringier.ch
Technical informationRingier SA
Prépresse Annonces
Lise Schaeffler
+41 58 269 28 97
Postal addressRingier SA
Prépresse Annonces
Pont Bessières 3
CP 7289
CH-1002 Lausanne

Advertorials

Publishing titleThe name and logo of the carrier title and its sections may not be used
Typography & LayoutThe advertorial must be clearly distinguishable from the editorial section in terms of typography and layout in order to be recognisable to the reader
ClientThe advertiser must be clearly recognisable
NoteThe advertorial must be labelled “PUBLIREPORTAGE” at the top left or right
AuthorisationA font other than the one from “PME” must be used
FontsThe “PME” fonts are:
Title font: National 2 – ExtraBold
Lead/legend/box: National 2 Narrow – Regular
Base font: Georgia Pro – Regular

Bound supplement

Technical conditions
FormatsMinimum: 115 x 140 mm
Maximum: 210 x 282 mm
ScopeMinimum: 2 pages
Maximum: 48 pages (higher number of pages following the presentation of a dummy version)
Paper2 pages: max. 100 – 240 gm2
4 – 8 pages: max. 60 gm2
From 8 pages: max. 40 gm2
TrimHeader trim: 5 mm
Footer trim: min. 5 mm and max. 23 mm (ideal)
LayoutMulti-page supplements can only be processed if they use a cross, central or roll fold. Zig-zag folds cannot be processed. The closed side of the supplements is stuck into the binding. Supplements with more than 4 pages should not be stapled. In the event of any processing difficulties, completion of the magazine print run will take priority over that of the supplement.
Booking & Cancellation5 weeks before publication
Dummy versionThe final acceptance (good to go) requires a binding sample to be provided on time.
SchedulingMultiple bound supplements per issue.
Third-party adsThird-party ads with up to three pages will be charged at +30 % of the gross price for a 1/1 page per ad (irrespective of existing contracts and without agency commissions and annual sales bonuses). Four or more third-party ads on request.
DesignFor bleed designs, texts and image elements that must not be cut must be 8 mm from the edge of the format (cut differences and fold rise).
PositioningBetween 2 printed sheets.
SplitSplit surcharge of CHF 3,000 per issue. The publishing house reserves the right to postpone publication due to partial booking. By postcode (subscribers) and cycle split (e.g. every 3rd subscriber)
Packaging specifications
  • Quantities suitable for handling
  • A grip height of maximum 12 cm per layer
  • Not entwined or bound, cleanly palletised
  • Supplements must be delivered without bent corners, crease marks or displaced spines. Any defects can lead to reductions in performance and their related additional costs.
  • The manner in which the pallets are secured must preclude any deformation of the supplements and protect them against moisture.
Stacking
  • Stack loose, glued-in and bound-in supplements cover-side up
  • Stack inserts and tip-ons cover-side down
Pallet labelling

The pallets must be labelled with the following information by attaching a pallet label to at least two sides – pallet dimensions 800 x 1,200 mm:

  1. Supplement name, especially type description (code and similar)
  2. Item
  3. Issue/no.
  4. Product type
  5. Copies per pallet
  6. Pallet number
  7. Client
  8. Sender
  9. Production date
Delivery note

The following information must be provided:

  1. Customer
  2. Type of supplement
  3. Circulation
  4. Host magazine
  5. Issue number
Sample copies

Two loose sample copies must be provided for each product.

Delivery date

The latest delivery date is 15 working days prior to publication. In all events, the confirmed delivery deadlines must be observed.

Delivery times
Monday – Thursday07.00h – 11.30h or 13.30h – 15.30h
Friday07.00h – 11.30h
Before public holidays, the goods receiving department closes at 12.00 noon
Delivery times

Ringier Zeitschriften
Swissprinters AG
Rampe 1 – 3
Brühlstrasse 5
4800 Zofingen
+41 58 787 34 32 or +41 58 787 33 60

Delivery from outside Switzerland

The order must clearly indicate that the client and not the recipient is liable for any customs costs and import sales tax.

Tip-on

Technical conditions
FormatsMinimum: 60 x 80 mm
Maximum: 170 x 252 mm
Scopemin. 2 pages
Weightmax. 20 g
Thicknessmax. 2 mm
QualityPostcards must comply with postal regulations. Paper weight for 2-page tip-ons: minimum 120 gm2 and maximum 300 gm2.
RestrictionsBound tip-ons on agreement only (stapling position).
LayoutMulti-page tip-ons can only be processed if they have a cross, central or roll fold. Zig-zag folds cannot be processed. The closed side of the tip-on must point towards the binding. In the event of any processing difficulties, completion of the magazine print run will take priority over that of the tip-on. Placement errors equating to 2 % of the total quantity provided are reserved (positional deviations, missing carrier or tip-on etc.).
Booking & Cancellation5 weeks before publication.
Dummy versionThe final acceptance (good to go) requires a binding sample and a precise positional diagram to be provided on time.
Third-party adsThird-party ads with up to three pages will be charged at +30 % of the gross price for a 1/1 page per ad (irrespective of existing contracts and without agency commissions and annual sales bonuses). Four or more third-party ads on request.
Glue strips3 mm from the left edge (glue strips on the item to be glued)
Positioning– On the right-hand ad page
– On the top or bottom half of the page (according to the tip-on diagram)
Positional deviations+/- 9 mm possible (horizontal/vertical) / 4° axial
Carrier adMinimum format 1/1 page
Packaging specifications
  • Quantities suitable for handling
  • A grip height of maximum 12 cm per layer
  • Not entwined or bound, cleanly palletised
  • Supplements must be delivered without bent corners, crease marks or displaced spines. Any defects can lead to reductions in performance and their related additional costs.
  • The manner in which the pallets are secured must preclude any deformation of the supplements and protect them against moisture.
Stacking
  • Stack loose, glued-in and bound-in supplements cover-side up
  • Stack inserts and tip-ons cover-side down
Pallet labelling

The pallets must be labelled with the following information by attaching a pallet label to at least two sides – pallet dimensions 800 x 1,200 mm:

  1. Supplement name, especially type description (code and similar)
  2. Item
  3. Issue/no.
  4. Product type
  5. Copies per pallet
  6. Pallet number
  7. Client
  8. Sender
  9. Production date
Delivery note

The following information must be provided:

  1. Customer
  2. Type of supplement
  3. Circulation
  4. Host magazine
  5. Issue number
Sample copies

Two loose sample copies must be provided for each product.

Delivery date

The latest delivery date is 15 working days prior to publication. In all events, the confirmed delivery deadlines must be observed.

Delivery times
Monday – Thursday07.00h – 11.30h or 13.30h – 15.30h
Friday07.00h – 11.30h
Before public holidays, the goods receiving department closes at 12.00 noon
Delivery times

Ringier Zeitschriften
Swissprinters AG
Rampe 1 – 3
Brühlstrasse 5
4800 Zofingen
+41 58 787 34 32 or +41 58 787 33 60

Delivery from outside Switzerland

The order must clearly indicate that the client and not the recipient is liable for any customs costs and import sales tax.

Insert

Technical conditions
FormatsMinimum: 148 x 210 mm
Maximum: 210 x 282 mm
ScopeMinimum: 2 pages
Maximum: 64 pages
PaperIndividual sheet, double-sided: 120 – 350 gm2
4 – 8 pages: min. 80 gm2 (higher on request)
From 8 pages: min. 60g m2 (higher on request)
Weightmax. 100 g (higher weight following the presentation of a dummy version)
Thicknessmax. 3 mm (thicker product on request)
LayoutMulti-page inserts can only be processed if they use a cross, central or roll fold. Zig-zag folds cannot be processed. In the event of any processing difficulties, completion of the magazine print run will take priority over that of the insert.
Booking/Cancellation5 weeks before publication
Dummy versionThe final acceptance (good to go) requires a binding sample to be provided on time
SchedulingMultiple inserts are possible per issue
Third-party adsThird-party ads with up to three pages will be charged at +30 % of the gross price for a 1/1 page per ad (irrespective of existing contracts and without agency commissions and annual sales bonuses). Four or more third-party ads on request.
PlacementPlaced on the back of the magazine. The magazine will be shrink-wrapped.
SplitSplit surcharge of CHF 3,000 per issue. The publishing house reserves the right to postpone publication due to partial booking by postcode (subscribers) and cycle split (e.g. every 3rd subscriber).
Packaging specifications
  • Quantities suitable for handling
  • A grip height of maximum 12 cm per layer
  • Not entwined or bound, cleanly palletised
  • Supplements must be delivered without bent corners, crease marks or displaced spines. Any defects can lead to reductions in performance and their related additional costs.
  • The manner in which the pallets are secured must preclude any deformation of the supplements and protect them against moisture.
Stacking
  • Stack loose, glued-in and bound-in supplements cover-side up
  • Stack inserts and tip-ons cover-side down
Pallet labelling

The pallets must be labelled with the following information by attaching a pallet label to at least two sides – pallet dimensions 800 x 1,200 mm:

  1. Supplement name, especially type description (code and similar)
  2. Item
  3. Issue/no.
  4. Product type
  5. Copies per pallet
  6. Pallet number
  7. Client
  8. Sender
  9. Production date
Delivery note

The following information must be provided:

  1. Customer
  2. Type of supplement
  3. Circulation
  4. Host magazine
  5. Issue number
Sample copies

Two loose sample copies must be provided for each product.

Delivery date

The latest delivery date is 15 working days prior to publication. In all events, the confirmed delivery deadlines must be observed.

Delivery times
Monday – Thursday07.00h – 11.30h or 13.30h – 15.30h
Friday07.00h – 11.30h
Before public holidays, the goods receiving department closes at 12.00 noon
Delivery times

Ringier Zeitschriften
Swissprinters AG
Rampe 1 – 3
Brühlstrasse 5
4800 Zofingen
+41 58 787 34 32 or +41 58 787 33 60

Delivery from outside Switzerland

The order must clearly indicate that the client and not the recipient is liable for any customs costs and import sales tax.

Loose supplements

Technical conditions
FormatsMinimum: 100 x 150 mm
Maximum: 195 x 267 mm
ScopeMinimum: 2 pages
Maximum: 32 pages (higher number of pages following the presentation of a dummy version)
PaperIndividual sheet, double-sided: max. 120 – 300 gm2
4 – 8 pages: 80 gm2 (higher on request)
From 8 pages: 60 gm2 (higher on request)
Weight (maximum weight)49 g (higher weight following the presentation of a dummy version)
Thickness (maximum)2 mm (thicker product on request)
LayoutMulti-page supplements can only be processed if they use a cross, central or roll fold. Zig-zag folds cannot be processed. The closed side of the supplement must point towards the binding. In the event of any processing difficulties, completion of the magazine print run will take priority over that of the supplement.
Booking & Cancellation5 weeks before publication
Dummy versionThe final acceptance (good to go) requires a binding sample and precise positional diagram to be provided on time.
SchedulingMultiple loose supplements are possible per issue.
Third-party adsThird-party ads with up to 3 pages will be charged at +30% of the gross price for a 1/1 page 4c per ad (irrespective of existing contracts and without agency commissions and annual sales bonuses). 4 or more third-party ads on request.
PositioningAnywhere inside the magazine.
SplitSplit surcharge of CHF 3,000 per issue. The publishing house reserves the right to postpone publication due to partial booking. By postcode (subscribers) and cycle split (e.g. every 3rd subscriber)
Third party logoLogos of Ringier Media Switzerland titles may only be used after consultation.
Packaging specifications
  • Quantities suitable for handling
  • A grip height of maximum 12 cm per layer
  • Not entwined or bound, cleanly palletised
  • Supplements must be delivered without bent corners, crease marks or displaced spines. Any defects can lead to reductions in performance and their related additional costs.
  • The manner in which the pallets are secured must preclude any deformation of the supplements and protect them against moisture.
Stacking
  • Stack loose, glued-in and bound-in supplements cover-side up
  • Stack inserts and tip-ons cover-side down
Pallet labelling

The pallets must be labelled with the following information by attaching a pallet label to at least two sides – pallet dimensions 800 x 1,200 mm:

  1. Supplement name, especially type description (code and similar)
  2. Item
  3. Issue/no.
  4. Product type
  5. Copies per pallet
  6. Pallet number
  7. Client
  8. Sender
  9. Production date
Delivery note

The following information must be provided:

  1. Customer
  2. Type of supplement
  3. Circulation
  4. Host magazine
  5. Issue number
Sample copies

Two loose sample copies must be provided for each product.

Delivery date

The latest delivery date is 15 working days prior to publication. In all events, the confirmed delivery deadlines must be observed.

Delivery times
Monday – Thursday07.00h – 11.30h or 13.30h – 15.30h
Friday07.00h – 11.30h
Before public holidays, the goods receiving department closes at 12.00 noon
Delivery times

Ringier Zeitschriften
Swissprinters AG
Rampe 1 – 3
Brühlstrasse 5
4800 Zofingen
+41 58 787 34 32 or +41 58 787 33 60

Delivery from outside Switzerland

The order must clearly indicate that the client and not the recipient is liable for any customs costs and import sales tax.

Product sample

Technical conditions
FormatsMinimum: 65 x 84 mm
Maximum: 110 x 170 mm
Weightmax. 20 g (higher weight following the presentation of a dummy version)
Thicknessmax. 2 mm
Glue strips3 mm
Booking & Cancellation5 weeks before publication
Dummy versionThe final acceptance (good to go) requires a binding sample and a precise positional diagram to be provided. A test run may also have to be performed. To this end, the client must provide 150 original samples free of charge.
SchedulingOnly one product sample is possible per magazine and issue.
PositioningIn the front part of the magazine, on the right-hand ad page and on the top or bottom half of the page (according to the tip-on diagram)
Carrier adMinimum format 1/1 page
Packaging of product samples for delivery
  • The closure seal should not be at the bottom (magazine base line) or on the bundle side of the finished product.
  • Plastic bags containing liquid: all bags must be packaged lined up, facing the same direction and upright! The individual rows and layers (max. 3 layers) must be separated by cardboard. Packaged on a longitudinal side, standing up in boxes. Do not package standing on the seal.
  • Plastic bags containing granules or powder: all bags packaged flat and lined up. To differentiate between the rows, the individual layers must be separated by solid cardboard and stabilised with diagonally positioned card (cross strips) at 15 cm intervals.
Material

The bag material must generally be tailored to the contents and comply with specified load requirements. Samples must not have any hazardous content or impair the processing or dispatch of a printed magazine. The publishing house must be relieved of all liability in relation to third-party claims resulting from the provision of a product sample. The publishing house must furthermore be compensated for any damages it incurs due to non-observance of the technical requirements. In the event of any processing difficulties due to poor quality bag material, completion of the magazine print run will take priority over gluing in the bags.

Strain

Bags containing liquid must withstand the following weights:

Static pressure1,000 kg for 15 seconds or 600 kg for 8 hours
Dynamic pressure600 kg for 1 hour
Heat resistanceminimum 200°C
Quality standards

95 % of the magazines in the print run contain correctly glued-in tip-ons. A maximum of 5 % can lie outside standard tolerances or have the following defects:

  • Positional deviations: horizontal/vertical: maximum +/- 8 mm, axial: maximum 5°
  • Missing tip-ons
  • Tip-ons glued in the wrong way round
Packaging of product samples for delivery

Bags that are delivered randomly mixed up or that stick to each other cannot be processed.

  • Plastic bags containing liquid: all bags must be packaged lined up, facing the same direction and upright! The individual rows and layers (max. 3 layers) must be separated by cardboard. Packaged on a longitudinal side, standing up in boxes. Do not package standing on the seal.
  • Plastic bags containing granules or powder: all bags packaged flat and lined up. To differentiate between the rows, the individual layers must be separated by solid cardboard and stabilised with diagonally positioned card (cross strips) at 15 cm intervals.
Pallet labelling

The pallets must be labelled with the following information by attaching a pallet label to at least two sides – pallet dimensions 800 x 1,200 mm:

  1. Supplement name, especially type description (code and similar)
  2. Item
  3. Issue/no.
  4. Product type
  5. Copies per pallet
  6. Pallet number
  7. Client
  8. Sender
  9. Production date
Delivery note

The following information must be provided:

  1. Customer
  2. Type of supplement
  3. Circulation
  4. Host magazine
  5. Issue number
Sample copies

Two loose sample copies must be provided for each product.

Delivery date

The latest delivery date is 10 working days prior to publication. In all events, the confirmed delivery deadlines must be observed.

Delivery times
Monday – Thursday07.00h – 11.30h or 13.30h – 15.30h
Friday07.00h – 11.30h
Before public holidays, the goods receiving department closes at 12.00 noon
Delivery times

Ringier Zeitschriften
Swissprinters AG
Rampe 1 – 3
Brühlstrasse 5
4800 Zofingen
+41 58 787 34 32 or +41 58 787 33 60

Delivery from outside Switzerland

The order must clearly indicate that the client and not the recipient is liable for any customs costs and import sales tax.

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