Transport Denmark

Transport Denmark

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Have your goods transported to and from Denmark. MOCTB provides the best logistics solution for transporting your goods to and from Denmark. This way you can be sure that your goods will arrive at their destination safely and on time. Moreover, you do not have to think about how this transport to or from Denmark is realized.


Transport service from MOCTB; reliable and transparent

In recent years we have built up a large partner network for every type of transport. This enables us to always offer a suitable solution at the best price for transporting goods by road, but also by means of multimodal transport. And we provide this to every region in Denmark. But we also provide reliable transport from Denmark to other destinations in Europe. Depending on the destination, the average transit time is between 2 and 6 days.


MOCTB provides daily transport to and from Denmark from the Benelux

Does your company deliver a lot of goods in Denmark or do you want to transport goods from Denmark to another country in Europe? Then good preparation for transport to Denmark is very important. And that is precisely MOC's strong pointTB.
The transport routes to Denmark are generally very safe, easily accessible and in recent years more routes have been added. Because Denmark consists of different regions and several peninsulas and islands, there are different routes to choose from. Popular cities in Denmark include Copenhagen, Aarhus, Aalborg, Odense, Esbjerg, Vejle, Frederiksberg, Randers Viborg and Kolding.


Which transport to and from Denmark by MOCTB:

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Special or valuable transport can consist of 1 pallet up to full loads. MOCTB We are happy to help you transport goods to any region in Denmark and take care of you from A to Z. You can arrange transport through your transporter: MOCTB.

Is a service not listed here? Take Contact Contact us and we will look together at how we can arrange transport.

Denmark has the following regions:

Since January 1, 2007, Denmark has been divided into regions. This completely replaces the administrative divisions of the provinces. From the 271 municipalities at the time, 98 new municipalities have now been formed. The capital of Denmark is Copenhagen and with a total population of 5.7 million people it is a well-developed Western country.

Capital Region (Hovedstaden)

The capital of this region is Hillerød. The largest city is Copenhagen. This region is located in the northernmost part of the island of Zealand, which also includes the capital of Denmark. With a population of 1.8+ inhabitants, the capital is the most densely populated area of Denmark with the highest number of inhabitants. In addition to being the capital of Denmark, Copenhagen is also connected to Sweden via the Øresund Bridge that ends in the city of Malmö.


Zealand region

This region covers most of the Danish island of Zealand. This region also includes the islands of Lolland Falster and Møn. The capital of this region is Sorø.


Jutland is a peninsula of mainland Europe. The northern part belongs to Denmark, the southern part to Germany. The Danish part consists of the regions of Central Jutland, Northern Jutland and Southern Denmark.


Central Jutland region

The name says it all; central Jutland is the middle part of the Jutland peninsula. The capital is Viborg and the largest city is Aarhus. These are both popular destinations for transportation in Denmark.

North Jutland region

As the name also indicates, this region covers the northernmost part of the Jutland peninsula. The capital is Aalborg and this is also the largest city in the region. Aalborg is also a port city and the fourth largest city in Denmark. It has good rail connections with Frederikshaven and Skagen and with rail lines to Germany, to the south, and Copenhagen in the east of Denmark.


Region South Denmark

The Southern Denmark region is located in the south of the Jutland peninsula and includes the island of Funen. This also includes the much smaller islands south of Funen. The capital of this region is Vejle and is located on the eastern side of Jutland.

Our daily service for transport to Denmark:

  • Transport of machine parts
  • Transport of ship supplies
  • Transport of temperature controlled foods
  • Transport of frozen products
  • Transport of plants and (Christmas) trees
  • Transport of paper
  • Wine Transport
  • Transport of fresh produce products
  • Temperature controlled pallet distribution – groupage transport
  • Pallet distribution – groupage transport
  • Temperature controlled partial loads
  • Part loads
  • Temperature controlled full loads
  • Full loads
  • Container transport
  • ADR goods/dangerous substances


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