Denmark is an iconic location, well-known for its high quality of life and citizen happiness. Its popularity has seen it become a hub for international businesses, further increasing import and export demand. As a hub for imports and exports, opting for road freight to Denmark provides an economical and budget-friendly service, whether express delivery (which delivers cargo in 24-48 hours) or economy groupage services.
We pride ourselves on offering a daily transport service to the Nordic countries, so your shipment arrives at its intended destination as soon as possible. Our dedicated fleet will ensure that your consignment arrives at its intended destination quickly, even with Denmark’s complex road systems.
When shipping with Barrington Freight to Denmark (Or Danmark as it’s called locally), your exports and imports are in safe hands. Our professional team of experienced freight forwarders have in-depth knowledge of road freight to Denmark. You’ll enjoy the support of a personal specialist to guide the process, with an in-depth understanding of Danish road freight as we don’t believe in impersonal service. We excel in handling special deliveries and can meet bespoke or tailored requirements, so, whatever your needs, we can get your cargo there by road freight.
We are exceptional in delivering problematic loads, including awkward shapes and sizes to meet bespoke or tailored requirements, freight of heavy machinery, manufactured goods, unusual consignments, whether part or full loads and often carry cargo from the UK to Denmark which other transport companies have declined! Our fleet includes vans, trucks and trailers from 7.5 tonners to Euroliners, and vehicles with tail-lift if your destination has no loading facilities. With our dedicated fleet, your consignment will arrive at its intended destination fast with our expert drivers who have many years’ experience navigating Denmark’s complex road systems. You can rely on professional and dependable service from Barrington Freight.
Cheap pallet delivery forms the majority of our day-to-day business. We carry 120×100 (UK standard) and 120×80 (EU standard) base pallets, printer’s pallets, plastic pallets, wooden pallets, cages/skids/stillages, cartons, boxes, and almost any other export-packed cargo. We are virtually unbeatable for road freight between the UK and Denmark.
Denmark is a land of many islands, but are well served with good road connections across the main five regions of Hovedstaden, Midtjylland, Nordjylland, Sjælland and Syddanmark including the European expressways E20, E39, E45, E47 and E55, with tunnels and bridges spanning the sea channels. Areas we serve include Copenhagen, Aarhus, Odense, Aalborg, Frederiksberg, Esbjerg, Gentofte, Gladsaxe, Randers, Kolding, Horsens, Lyngby-Taarbaek, Hvidovre, Vejle, Roskilde, Helsingør, Herning, Silkeborg, Tarnby, Næstved, Greve Strand and many others.
The best transit times are typically achieved via Eurotunnel or the Channel Ferries via France, Belgium, or Germany. There are also direct ferry sailings between the UK port of Harwich and Esbjerg in the centre-west of the Danish peninsula. This 18-hour sea journey gives yet another option depending on the load in transit. Danish road freight from Esbjerg port on the west coast takes less than three hours to reach Copenhagen. Even though the capital is in the east of the country, there is a single expressway, the E20, that makes the journey smooth and speedy thanks to the “Nye Lillebaeltsbro” (New Little Belt Bridge) and “Storebaelt Forbindelsen” (Great Belt Fixed Link Bridge). Both span the Little Belt sea channel between Jutland and Funen, and the Great Belt sea channel between the islands of Funen and Zealand, providing fast and efficient east-west.
Road freight timings to Denmark are average 5-7 days for groupage, 2-3 days for a full load, and 1-2 days for express delivery. With additional customs requirements, it’s necessary to have your shipment compliant to ensure your goods are not held and arrive swiftly to their destination.
Denmark is in Northern Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea and North Sea, on a peninsula north of Germany (Jutland); it also includes two major islands (Sjaelland and Fyn). To the east lies Sweden, separated by a short stretch of water, and connected by the Oresund Bridge.