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Located on the Baltic Sea, Latvia is one of Europe’s smaller countries – but trade in and out of the country is booming. With strong ties to other EU destinations, including the UK, efficient shipping solutions from Latvia to the UK and back are essential – and that’s where Barrington Freight can help.

With three main ports, including one of the busiest in the Baltic states, as well as a strong national road network, it’s crucial to know Latvia well in order to secure the best deals and routes. Our team’s comprehensive local knowledge, paired with our reputation as a top UK freight forwarder, means that your freight to Latvia is always in good hands when you work with us.

Sending pallets to Latvia with Barrington Freight

Our convenient pallet transportation offerings allow us to send pallets anywhere across the world – with ease of movement aided by forklifts, cranes, and specialised vehicles. Shipping using pallets is a cost-effective and speedy way to ensure that bulk items arrive at your destination on time. Almost all items can be palletised for a simple shipping solution, enabling effective packing onto trucks – and a clear path to your final destination.

Our solutions for shipping pallets to Latvia are some of the industry’s most effective, offering a fast and reliable solution for transporting your professional cargo. With 24/7 radio contact with our vans, and two-man driver teams to ensure continuous driving, you can feel confident in sending your pallets to Latvia using our quality freight forwarding services.

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As one of the top shipping companies in the UK, you can trust Barrington Freight to ensure that your pallets to Latvia arrive on time, and in perfect condition. Get in touch with our knowledgeable team today to learn more about sending your road freight to Latvia.

Where is Latvia Located?

Latvia is in Eastern Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea, between Estonia and Lithuania to the north and south respectively; Russia lies directly to the east, and Belarus to the south east.