Welcome! Dobro došli! Our services for transports from and to Serbia (incl. Kosovo)

Rajko Tomasevic

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


Rajko Tomasevic

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

Dobro došli!


At Alpensped, the specialist for European and South-East Europe transports, Serbia as a Balkan state cannot be missing in the country portfolio.

For our customers we serve the pharmaceutical, iron, steel, textiles, rubber, wheat, fruit and vegetables, non-ferrous metals and automotive industries.

Since Serbia is not yet a member of the EU, our experienced, native-speaking dispatchers are happy to also take care of the customs clearance of your goods.

Full loads:

  • up to 25 tons capacity
  • 24-72 hours transit time (incl. Kosovo)
  • daily from and to Serbia from all over Europe

  • Partial loads:

  • from 1 pallet
  • 48-96 hours transit time for Serbia, 72-120 hours for Kosovo
  • daily from and to Serbia (incl. Kosovo) 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 Belgrade, Nis, Pristina (Kosovo)

  • Transport safety:

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

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

    The distribution from Germany to Serbia and back takes place mainly to the destinations Belgrade, Novi Sad, Nis, Kragujevac and Pristina. However, we also have area-wide transport options for Serbia and Kosovo.

    Infrastructure and road traffic

    Serbia has a road network of 44,200 km in length. Road safety is still poor as most of the tunnels and bridges are not illuminated. However, the road and motorway network is gradually being expanded and improved.

    The motorways and expressways are toll roads. The mostly route-dependent tolls can be paid at the toll stations either in cash, by credit card or electronically using a transponder.

    Due to its location in the middle of Southeastern Europe, between Central and Eastern Europe and between Central and Southern Europe, Serbia is of great importance as a transit country. This will be reinforced by the planned further expansion of the infrastructure.

    Economy and foreign trade

    Serbia had a GDP of € 45.9 b. in 2019. Exports amounted to € 23.4 b. and imports to € 27.9 b. Thereby, Germany and Italy are the most important trading partners.
    The main exports are iron, steel, textiles, rubber products, wheat, fruit, vegetables and non-ferrous metals. Major imports include oil and oil derivatives, automobiles, gas, electric devices and industrial machinery.

    Serbia’s economy has not yet fully recovered despite government efforts and foreign investments, but it is on the right track.

    Country and culture

    Serbia is a landlocked country in south-eastern Europe and is located on the Balkan Peninsula. The land is flat in the north and hilly in the south. There are also many lakes and rivers. Some of the picturesque landscapes have been put under nature protection and some national parks have been established.

    Serbian culture is very old and has historically been shaped by many different civilizations. Culturally, Serbia moves between the Orient and the Occident. Some cultural sites have been designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Numerous traditions have been retained to this day.
    Population:7,06 m.
    Area:88.361 km²
    EU memberno
    Licence plate numberSRB

    Stand: 2020

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