Welcome! Our services for transports from and to Luxembourg

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

Wëllkomm!

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As a Europe-wide transport company, Alpensped is also active in Luxembourg and transports automotive parts, plant fibres, glass, solar systems, industrial packaging, plastic profiles, steel and chemical products.

With numerous logistics services our fit team takes on the organization of your transport orders and stands by your side with words and deeds during the entire transit time.

Full loads:


  • up to 25 tons capacity
  • 24 hours transit time
  • daily from and to Luxembourg 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

  • 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 Luxembourg we are currently heading for the following destinations:


    We are currently carrying out transports to Luxembourg City and Esch-sur-Alzette.

    Infrastructure and road traffic


    The Luxembourgish road network is 2,900 km long, including around 161 km of motorways. Using a modern telematics system, motorway traffic can be video-monitored and current traffic information can be published.

    In general, no fees are charged for using the expressways.

    Luxembourg is not insignificant for logistics. The “Cluster for Logistics Luxembourg” association aims to strengthen Luxembourg’s position as an intercontinental logistics hub in Europe.

    Economy and foreign trade


    In 2019, Luxembourg generated a GDP of € 64 b. The GDP per capita is the highest in the world, and the country also holds top positions in competitiveness and the index for economic freedom.

    In foreign trade, goods to the value of € 14.7 b. were exported and imported to the value of € 21.4 b. Luxembourg’s most important foreign trade partners are Germany, France and Belgium.

    The largest exports of goods include iron and steel as well as machinery and mechanical products. The largest imports of goods are motor vehicles and parts as well as mineral oil and products.

    Luxembourg’s economy is very strong. The country has a 2.5 times higher European average income and a high level of prosperity among the population.

    Country and culture


    Luxembourg is a small landlocked country in Central Europe. The Grand Duchy, together with Belgium and the Netherlands, forms the Benelux countries. In terms of landscape, the north consists of mountains and forests, the south of fields and meadows.

    Luxembourg‘s culture is shaped by many influences from the half foreign population. The historic city centre of Luxembourg has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    The population is multilingual. In addition to the national language Luxembourgish, German and French are also classified as official languages. Almost half of the population are commuters who work in Luxembourg and live in one of the neighbouring countries.
    Population:0,63 m.
    Area:2.586 km²
    Capital:City of Luxembourg
    Currency:Euro
    EU memberyes
    Licence plate numberL

    Stand: 2020

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