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ColliCare Logistics

Shortcut to the Scandinavia

ColliCare Logistics

Shortcut to the Scandinavia

Expertise across Scandinavia, Finland and the Baltics

Exports to Scandinavia are significant and the need for transport with high delivery precision, frequent delivery schedules, customs clearance and safe delivery to the recipient is essential for your customers' overall experience of your company.

We have built up our competence and our distribution network and like to call ourselves Scandinavia Specialists!

You receive:

  • Daily departures from Europe by road or sea
  • Distribution terminals centrally located in all Scandinavian countries
  • Online tracking of all shipments, down to parcel level
  • Possibility for quality reporting
  • Booking via EDI, web or email
  • Customs assistance
  • Professional customer service
     

Groupage 0-2500kg
Consignments carried in our groupage network will be picked up and delivered by people with local knowledge.

Part-loads +2500kg
Direct delivery or via terminal. Special pick-up or delivery.

Additional Scandinavian services:

  • Special deliveries
  • Crane deliveries
  • Express assignments

Need freight in Scandinavia? Contact us!

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