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Denmark is an iconic location, well-known for its chart-topping happiness and quality of life. As a result of its popularity, it has become a central hub for many European businesses which further increases the demand for imports and exports to and from the country. Opting for road freight to Denmark can provide you with an economical and budget-friendly service, no matter whether you choose express delivery (which can see your cargo arrive in just 24-48 hours) or economy groupage. At Barrington Freight, we pride ourselves on offering a daily transport service to this particular Nordic country, further improving the quality of our services and helping to ensure that all cargo arrives at its intended destination with plenty of time to spare.

Please note that the road freight to Denmark services here at Barrington Freight are reserved solely for B2B consignments. For any personal consignments please contact our partners Anglo Pacific.

With next day and 2-day services, sending cargo to Denmark has never been easier. With a dedicated fleet on hand to ensure that your consignment arrives at its intended destination and expert drivers who have many years’ experience navigating the complex road systems that make up Denmark, you can benefit from a professional and reliable service when you turn to Barrington Freight for your road freight to Denmark.

Your exports and imports to and from Denmark are safe in our hands; at Barrington Freight we have a team of professional, experienced and independent freight forwarders to Denmark, who can offer the best international shipping rates available. You will deal with a named specialist throughout who will be someone who has in-depth knowledge of road freight to Denmark. We do not believe in impersonal call centres or nameless agents, so you can be certain that you will enjoy a personalised service at all times.

Haulage to “Danmark” (as the Danish spell it) is our speciality; we excel in handling problem deliveries, catering to awkward shapes and sizes, meeting bespoke or tailored requirements, freighting heavy machinery, manufactured goods, unusual consignments, including part loads and full loads and more. We even carry cargo from the UK to Denmark which other European haulage and transport companies decline! We can provide escort, sprinter and luton vans, trucks and trailers from 7.5 tonners to Euroliners and vehicles with tail lifts (very handy if your collection point or destination has no loading facilities). So, whatever your special delivery requirements, use Barrington Freight to Denmark for your consignments.

Of course, cheap pallet delivery forms the bulk of our day-to-day business, as consolidated groupage to Denmark and back.We carry 120×100 and 120×80-centimetre base pallets (i.e. the standard UK and Euro pallets), printer’s pallets, plastic pallets, wooden pallets, cages/skids/stillages, cartons, boxes and almost any export packed cargo between the UK and Denmark. As a fast and affordable freight forwarder to Scandinavia, we are virtually unbeatable for all road freight to Denmark!

Denmark is a land of many islands, but fortunately the main five regions of Hovedstaden, Midtjylland, Nordjylland, Sjaelland and Syddanmark are well-served by good road connections including the European expressways E20, E39, E45, E47 and E55, with tunnels and bridges spanning many of the sea channels which would otherwise break these journeys. Most of our services are available right across the five regions, although remote areas may take longer to reach. We serve the cities and towns of Copenhagen (the capital), Aarhus, Odense, Aalborg, Frederiksberg, Esjberg, Gentofte, Gladsaxe, Randers, Kolding, Horsens, Lyngby-Taarbaek, Hvidovre, Vejle, Roskilde, Helsingor, Herning, Silkeborg, Tarnby, Naestved, Greve Strand and many others.

Whilst the best transit times are normally achieved via Eurotunnel (or the Channel Ferries) and across France/Belgium/Germany, there are also direct ferry sailings between the UK port of Harwich and the port of Esbjerg in the centre-west of Jutland (the main Danish peninsula). This 18-hour sea journey gives us yet another option, albeit depending on the exact requirements of your haulage to Denmark.

From Esbjerg port on the westernmost coastline, Danish road freight takes less than three hours to reach the capital Copenhagen in the far east of the country – using just one single expressway, the E20, the whole way! This is partly thanks to the “Nye Lillebaeltsbro” (New Little Belt Bridge) and “Storebaeltsforbindelsen” (Great Belt Fixed Link Bridges); respectively, they span the Little Belt sea channel between Jutland and Funen, and the Great Belt sea channel between the islands of Funen and Zealand, providing super-fast transit east-west.

So, whether you are looking for express services, next day services, 48 hour/2-day services, or the cheapest shipping costs for groupage to Denmark on the web, we have it all covered. We offer the very best in delivery logistics, plus our online Quick Quote facility gets you the very best quote in a completely free and unbeatably fast manner! We have the capacity to meet the most demanding schedule of shipments of cargo from the UK to Scandinavia, so your exports and imports to and from Denmark will speed safely to their destination without delay.

Barrington Freight are the premier freight forwarders to Denmark, whether for cheap pallet delivery in the form of consolidated groupage to Scandinavia or for urgent/fragile/secure/time-sensitive goods by dedicated door-to-door express van. GB haulage to DK (and of course the return journey too) is our business, so trust us with your Danish road freight by ringing 01268 525 444 and speaking to one of our specialist Nordic freight advisors today!

Help and advice for trading with Denmark is available at the Danish Chamber of Commerce –

The Danish Chamber of Commerce, Borsen, DK1217 Kobenhavn, Denmark

Telephone – 0045 3374 6000 – Website –

Where is Denmark located?

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.