Containers from Norway are designed in accordance with applicable laws. Loaded in compliance with technological requirements (placement, fixation of containers on the deck of ships, trawls, platforms). The customer is guaranteed the efficient performance of work, the safety of goods.
Containers of various sizes are available for transportation: 20, 30, 40 and 45 feet. Their type is selected in accordance with the international standard ISO 668 and GOST 18477. For transportation use:
- 30 t (types 1A, 1AA);
- 25 t (types 1B, 1BB);
- 20 t (types 1C, 1CC);
- 10 t (type 1D).
Foodstuffs, plants, clothes, bulk materials, machinery, equipment are transported in standard and high-capacity containers of HC (HQ). We organize the shipment of oversized, heavy, liquid cargo from Norway with a guarantee of safety.
Delivery of cargoes from Norway
Groupage cargoes from Norway are delivered to the Russian Federation in containers of type GP. The formation of parties is carried out by qualified specialists, passes additional control. This is a guarantee of the safety of cargo and its delivery to the port of destination without re-grading and violation of pallet places, without mixing batches from different senders.
Delivery of groupage cargo from Norway allows you to save on transportation – paying only part of the space in the container, and not for its full rent. Groupage cargoes are formed within 3-4 days (several senders are collected), delivered by sea, by road.
Delivery of goods from Norway by sea
After the party is formed, the containers are delivered to the ports: Ramsund, Oslo, Bergen, Narvik, Moss, Fredrikstad. Transportation within the country takes up to 72 hours. Then it is loaded onto ferries, container ships to St. Petersburg or the ports of the Baltic countries, Finland, Poland, Germany. In winter, icebreaking vessels are used.
Cargo transportation from Norway in large batches (for several containers) is carried out using Shot Sea technology with the provision of 20-, 40-, 45-foot containers of types OT, Platform, HT, HQ, GP . Ferries depart from Norway to Kiel (Germany) and then to Lübeck, Strömstad (Sweden) and then to Stockholm – from where the ferry to St. Petersburg. The total delivery time by ferry through Germany is 80 – 90 hours, through Sweden – about 40.