Welcome! Dobro došli! Our services for transports from and to Croatia

Toni Tadic

Ph.: +49(0)621 844 08-18

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Toni Tadic

Ph.: +49(0)621 844 08-18

Rajko Tomasevic

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

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Rajko Tomasevic

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

Dobro došli!

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As a long-established logistics service provider, Alpensped has extensive professional experience in trucking from Germany to Croatia and back. Our qualified, native-speaking employees ensure that your transport order is properly dispatched and that your cargo is carried out safely and on time.

In Croatia we are already active in various areas such as the pharmaceutical industry, contract textiles, paper and cardboard, furniture industry, agricultural products, steel processing, cement, machines, household appliances and automotive.

Full loads:


  • up to 25.5 tons capacity
  • 24-48 hours transit time
  • daily from and to Croatia from all over Europe

  • Partial loads:


  • from 1 pallet
  • 24-72 hours transit time
  • daily from and to Croatia from all over Europe

  • 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

  • Temperature-controlled transports:


  • vehicles with unit for cooling or heating (-/+ 30°C)

  • 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

  • Transports of dangerous goods:


  • transports of hazardous materials

  • Project‘s logistics:


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

  • Storage facilities:


  • representations with storage space in Zagreb and Split

  • Transport safety:


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

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


    We drive to the most important regions and cities in Croatia for you. These are Zagreb, Split, Rijeka, Osijek and Slavonski Brod.

    Infrastructure and road traffic


    The motorway network is constantly being expanded and renewed. The network of rest stops and petrol stations is dense, even for LPG. The traffic safety in the motorway tunnels is very high, as these are video-monitored and contain traffic control centres.

    A vignette is not required, however a route-dependent toll must be paid which is based on the amount of kilometres driven and the vehicle class.

    For some years now, high investments have been made in upgrading the infrastructure in order to create better transport solutions and thus also to increase economic growth. Besides, the expansion of the motorway and the modernization of the Croatian road network will also benefit increased traffic safety and will have a positive effect on the transport and logistics sector as well.

    Economy and foreign trade


    Croatia’s GDP constituted € 54 b. in 2019, of which exports account for € 15.4 b. and imports for € 25.2 b. This results in a large trade deficit.

    The most important foreign trade goods include combustibles, mineral oils, machines, electronics, pharmaceutical products as well as motor vehicles and parts. Croatia’s main trading partners are Italy, Germany and Slovenia.

    To increase economic growth, the government is making company start-ups easier with the help of the cadastre reform and unbureaucratic solutions. At the same time, foreign investors are attracted by free trade zones and tax breaks – the largest is Austria. As a result of these measures, more and more foreign chains are settling in Croatia.

    Country and culture


    Croatia is located on the Balkan Peninsula between Central and Southeastern Europe. It borders the Adriatic Sea and has 1778 km of coastline and over 1200 islands, most of which are uninhabited. The country consists of three regions: the Pannonian Plain, the Dinaric mountain region and the Adriatic coastal region. In addition to the typical karst landscape, Croatia also has many national parks and several nature reserves.

    Croatian culture is shaped by both Central and Western European and ancient influences and has a rich prehistoric cultural heritage. In addition, Croatia has many important UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Due to the large number of cities, an urban culture has also developed. 90% Croats live in the population.
    Population:4,19 Mio.
    Area:56.594 km²
    Capital:Zagreb
    Currency:Kuna
    EU memberyes
    Licence plate numberHR

    Stand: 2020

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