Belgium

Welcome! Our services for transports from and to Belgium

Simon Recke

Ph.: +49(0)621 844 08-12

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Simon Recke

Ph.: +49(0)621 844 08-12

Daniel Apfel

Ph.: +49(0)621 844 08-22

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Daniel Apfel

Ph.: +49(0)621 844 08-22

Welkom!

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Rely on Alpensped if you are looking for an experienced freight forwarder between Belgium and Germany. Your cargo is in safe hands with us. Whether consultation, shipment tracking or price determination, your personal contact will be happy to assist you. It’s best to send us your non-binding freight inquiry right away.

The goods we transport are as diverse as our service portfolio: automotive parts, plant fibers, glass products, solar systems, industrial packaging, plastic profiles, steel and chemical products.

Full loads:

  • up to 25 tons capacity
  • 24 hours transit time
  • daily from and to Belgium from all over Europe
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    Express transits and special trips:

  • especially short transit times
  • with small vehicles (7.5 t) and busses (3.5 t)

  • Volume transports:

  • mega trailers up to 102 cbm

  • Special transports and heavy-duty transports:

  • special transports up to 100 t
  • extra width up to 6 m and extra length up to 25 m
  • provision of special permits
  • provision of transport escorts

  • Project‘s logistics:

  • consultation, organization and processing of project businesses and customs clearance

  • Transport safety:

  • our TAPA membership is an essential part of our security concept

  • In Belgium we are currently heading for the following destinations:

    Our transports to and from Belgium run, amongst others, to destinations such as Brussels, Liège and Bruges.

    Infrastructure and road traffic

    Belgium has a road network of 118,400 km and a very well developed and well-lit motorway network.

    For goods vehicles over 3.5 tons a route-related toll must be paid on motorways which is recorded with an on-board unit.

    Belgium’s infrastructure is one of the densest networks in the world. In addition, Belgium is an important commercial centre in Europe and has a high number of visible exports. This makes the country very attractive for the transport and logistics sector.

    Economy and foreign trade

    In 2019, Belgium achieved a GDP of € 473 b. which is above average for Europe. Exports made up € 397.2 b. and imports € 380.6 b. Belgium’s primary trading partners are Germany, France and the Netherlands.

    The most widely exported goods include automobiles and parts as well as pharmaceutical products. Antwerp is also known for its diamond trade. The main groups of goods for import are motor vehicles and parts, mineral products and pharmaceutical products.

    With the seat of the European Union and NATO in Brussels, Belgium is the centre of Europe and also very important economically.

    Country and culture

    Belgium is located in Western Europe on the North Sea and is one of the most populous countries in Europe. The landscape is mostly flat but also has mountains like the Ardennes. About a third of the country’s area consists of forests.

    Belgium is divided into a Walloon northern part and a Flemish southern part. The Flemings speak Dutch, the Walloons French, and there is also a small minority who speak German.

    Due to the historical conflict between the Flemings and the Walloons, Belgian culture is also divided. Otherwise there is a wide cultural offer in Belgium due to the high urbanization of 98%.  
    Population:11,43 m.
    Area:30.688 km²
    Capital:Brussels
    Currency:Euro
    EU memberyes
    Licence plate numberB

    Stand: 2020

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