Welcome! Dobro došli! Our services for transports from and to  Bosnia and Herzegovina

Rajko Tomasevic

Ph.: +49(0)621 844 08-14


Rajko Tomasevic

Ph.: +49(0)621 844 08-14

Dobro došli!

As an experienced transport service provider, Alpensped has been shipping many loads within Southeastern Europe for a number of years and is therefore familiar with the conditions in the Balkans. Our forwarding agency is operating in Bosnia and Herzegovina for the agriculture, steel and wood industry as well as the automotive industry.

Our services not only include the organization of your transport, but also the customs clearance of your goods as Bosnia is not yet a member of the EU. Our skilled, native-speaking dispatchers are a great advantage here.
  • up to 25 tons capacity
  • 24-72 hours transit time
  • daily from and to Bosnia and Herzegovina from all over Europe
  • from 1 pallet
  • 24-96 hours transit time
  • daily from and to Bosnia and Herzegovina from all over Europe
  • especially short transit times
  • with small vehicles (7.5 t) and busses (3.5 t)
  • mega trailers up to 102 cbm
  • vehicles with unit for cooling or heating (-/+ 30°C)
  • 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
  • transports of hazardous materials
  • consultation, organization and processing of project businesses and customs clearance
  • storage areas in Sarajevo and Mostar
  • our TAPA membership is an essential part of our security concept
  • In Bosnia and Herzegovina we are currently heading for the following destinations:

    Shipping to Bosnia and Herzegovina takes place in the cities of Sarajevo, Banja Luka, Tuzla, Zenica and Mostar.

    Infrastructure and road traffic

    19,500 km of the 23,000 km long road network are asphalted. The motorway network is not yet fully developed and some of it is still being planned.

    The Bosnian highways are subject to charges. The route-dependent toll can be paid at the toll stations either in cash (in local currency or Euros), with a credit or debit card or electronically by transponder.

    The construction of the A1 motorway has contributed to an improvement in the infrastructure in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Nevertheless, there is a lot of potential for optimization in this area. As soon as further planned projects to expand the transport network are implemented, Bosnia will assume a stronger position as a transit country.

    Economy and foreign trade

    The GDP in Bosnia and Herzegovina added up to € 17.9 b. in 2019. This makes the country one of the weaker economies.

    A trade deficit results from the difference between the export of goods of € 7.2 b. and the import of goods of € 9.9 b. The decisive export and import countries include Germany, Croatia, Serbia and Italy. The main export products are metal goods, shoes, furniture and furniture parts. Most of the imports are crude oil and products as well as road vehicles.

    Country and culture

    Bosnia and Herzegovina is located in south-eastern Europe on the Balkan Peninsula and has a small stretch of coast on the Mediterranean. The landscape is mountainous and about half of the land is forest. In one of the three Bosnian national parks you will find the oldest virgin forest in Europe called Perućica.

    Bosnian culture is shaped by the cultural differences between the three major ethnic groups. The Bosniaks, Croats and Serbs not only speak three different languages ​​and belong to three different religions, but also practice their own customs and traditions which leads to an ethnic division of the country.
    Population:3,53 m.
    Area:51.197 km²
    Currency:Konvertible Mark
    EU member-Mitgliedno
    Licence plate numberBIH

    Stand: 2020

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