Transportation to Scandinavia

Kravu pārvadājumi no / uz Skandināvijas valstīm

One of the most common types of cargo transportation in the Scandinavian countries is road transport. Thanks to a specially developed cargo ferry system, it is possible to deliver cargo on time and at the maximum cost.

The cargo ferry from Lithuania or Latvia to Sweden takes on average from 8 to 9 hours, then the cargo is delivered by road to the specified address (door to door). A network of motorways has been developed in the Scandinavian countries, usually using trucks with tent semi-trailers or minibuses. When developing a cargo transportation project, KKM also uses other types of cargo semi-trailers, such as: refrigerator or isothermal semi-trailers (fish products, other food products), container carriers, platforms for transporting oversized cargo.

Usually, in order to reduce transportation costs, our customers choose the delivery of groupage cargo. To make this happen as safely and on time as possible, KKM uses an extensive network of logistics terminals throughout Scandinavia. Consolidation, reloading and packing of goods takes place at the cargo terminal, with further transportation of cargo to the specified destination.

KKM provides cargo transportation from / to Scandinavian countries. Transport services are available in the following areas: Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Iceland. We import / export goods to any of the Scandinavian countries.

Traffic:

Speed limit (km / h):

Outside the residential area on public roads:

  • truck, with a total weight exceeding 3.5 т – 70
  • tractor with semitrailer – 70
  • road train, with a total weight of more than 3.5 t – 70
  • On motorways
  • truck, with a total weight exceeding 3.5 т – 90
  • tractor with semitrailer – 80
  • road train, with a total weight of more than 3.5 t – 80

Permissible dimensions (m):

  • Width – 2.60
  • Height -4.50
  • Length-24.00

Permissible gross weight (T):

  • With three axles-25.00
  • With four axles – 31.00

FINLAND

Finland (FI, FIN) has a high-quality road network of 78 thousand km. Thanks to this, it is possible to organize urgent delivery of goods, as well as transportation of oversized, valuable or dangerous goods.

The country has developed several innovative systems that allow offering transport services at a higher level. In addition to satellite tracking systems, Finland has developed road monitoring systems. Particular attention is paid to the electronic document management system, which significantly speeds up customs procedures and the delivery of goods.

On average cargo delivery Helsinki – Riga, by road – 24 hours, by sea – 36 hours. The Via Baltica motorway starts directly with Finland, creating a freight flow between the cities of Helsinki – Tallinn – Riga – Vilnius – Warsaw.

Traffic:

Speed limit (km / h):

  • In urban freight transport – 50

Outside the residential area on public roads:

  • Truck – 80
  • tractor with semitrailer – 80
  • car train – 80

On motorways:

  • Truck – 80
  • Tractor with semitrailer – 80

Permissible dimensions (m):

  • Width:
  • All vehicles – 2.55
  • Isothermal vehicle – 2.60 *
  • Height – 4.00
  • Length, truck – 12.00
  • Coupled vehicle – 16.50
  • Road train – 18.75

Norway

Norway (N), like most coastal countries, has a well-developed maritime transport infrastructure. Transport vessels and ferries provide transportation of goods inside and outside the country. One of the main features of the country is the high level of hydropower and energy reserves in general. When considering the delivery of goods by road, the special mountainous terrain must be taken into account. Depending on weather conditions, roads can be closed or heavily congested with serious congestion.

The length of roads is 79.8 thousand km. An important multi-lane element is the ferry service. Many road sections are equipped with toll booths. There is an automatic road payment system AutoPASS in the country. Some tunnels have restrictions on the transport of certain types of dangerous goods. Norway has quite a few narrow, winding roads with steep slopes.

Geographically, the majority of the country’s industrial complex is made up of companies located in the southern regions of Estonia, Sörland and Westland. Engineering, shipbuilding, electrical engineering and electronics remain important export resources for the country. The country occupies one of the world’s leading positions in the production of metals and various alloys.

KKM provides cargo transportation to Norway from Latvia and in the opposite direction.

Traffic:

Speed limit (km / h):

  • Township – 50
  • Outside the residential area on public roads – 80
  • Autotrase – 80/90/100/110

Permissible dimensions (m):

  • Latitude – 2.50 (+ 5 cm from the corner)
  • Height – no restrictions, but many low bridges and crossings
  • Length (m)
  • Truck, trailer – 12.40
  • tractor with a semi-trailer – 17.00
  • road train, with a total weight of more than 3.5 t – 18.50

Permissible gross weight (T):

  • Road train – 50.00
  • With two axles-20.00
  • With three axles-28.00With three axles, (between axles more than 1.8 m) – 30.00
  • Three or four axles – 20.50
  • Five or six – 46.00
  • Modular road trains may not exceed 25.25 meters in length and 60 tonnes in weight.
  • The maximum permissible total weight of road transport is 50 t

Denmark (DK)

The main export sectors in Denmark are industrial and household appliances, food, medicine, various textiles. The main Danish export market remains Germany, followed by Sweden and the United Kingdom, Norway and France. The main market for medical and pharmaceutical products remains the EU. One part of the country’s exports is fur. But furniture is one of the most important export products. Denmark produces more furniture than any other country in Europe.

The country imports raw materials of plant, animal and mineral origin. To a large extent also industrial equipment, production equipment and vehicles. In the food industry, imports of fish and seafood have always been important for further processing.

The length of roads in Denmark is about 73.2 thousand km. Motorways and other roads are free, there are only two bridges – Øresundsbroen and Storebæltsforbindelsen.

KKM ensures full and groupage cargo delivery to Denmark from any EU country and vice versa.

Traffic:

Speed limit (km / h):

  • In cities and towns – 50
  • Outside the living area on public roads: – 80
  • On motorways – 80

Permissible dimensions (m):

  • Height – 4.00
  • Length
  • Truck – 12.00
  • Trailer – 12.00
  • semitrailer – 12.00
  • tractor with a semi-trailer – 16.50

Permissible gross weight (T):

  • Car
  • 2 axis 18.0
  • 3 axis 24.0
  • 3 axles for international transport with twin tires and air suspension, and the load per axle does not exceed 9.5 t – 26.0
  • 4 axis 29.5
  • Trailer:
  • 2 axis 20.0
  • 3 axis 24.0
  • 4 axis 30.0
  • Tractor with a semi-trailer or road train
  • 3 axis 28.0
  • 4 axis 38.0
  • 5 axis (2 + 3) 42.0
  • 5 axis (3 + 2) 44.0
  • 6 axis 50.0
  • 7 axis 56.0
  • EMS (25.25 m) in a limited road network, 8 axles 60.0

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