Do you need shipping to or from Scandinavia? NVO Transport is the hub for all types of freight transport to Scandinavia.
With our 4,500 m2 storage and transshipment premises, we are the hub for transport to Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and back. Our cross-docking facility enables us to group and regroup pallets of goods to guarantee the most efficient transport.
Our storage and transshipment is temperature controlled. For reefer and frozen transport, we have three cold rooms and freezer rooms with temperatures down to min 25ºC. Every cold room or freezer room provides space for 100 euro pallets.
NVO Transport is more than a transport company. We are a logistics services provider with a wide range of transport solutions – refrigerated shipping, express shipping, groupage transport or full loads, volume transport and warehousing. Our geographic location, near the German border crossing Bad Nieuweschans, ties in perfectly with the departure times of the ferries to Scandinavia and the compulsory rest periods for our drivers. It means we can deliver to every destination in Scandinavia within 48 hours.
Our transport solutions generally go beyond the aforementioned standard services, for example by using swap trailers for several of our clients.
Types of freight transport to Scandinavia
For transport to Scandinavia, we offer the following services:
If you have questions about transport to Scandinavia, please do not hesitate to contact us, or request a quotation.
220 lorries providing freight transport to Scandinavia on the road
NVO Transport BV is a cooperative of 54 transport companies in the north of the Netherlands and was founded in 1965. NVO Transport is located on the A7 in Zuidbroek in the Province of Groningen, near the German border crossing Bad Nieuweschans. Every day, we drive to Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and back with more than 180 lorries in NVO livery. NVO also has 20 permanent charters, who are potential members of the cooperative. On peak days, there are 220 lorries with NVO cargo on the road in the Benelux and Scandinavia.