Transport double stock from and to Germany


24-hours network


Partial loads (LTL)

Full loads (FTL)


Courier services

Double stock

Get your shipment delivered where you want and when you want with:

Own regular and reliable carriers

Fine-meshed network with knowledge of the local markets

Various partners

Realtime accountability

GPS tracking

Realtime communication

Efficient and progressive organisation

Realtime temperature monitoring

Departure days & lead time

We leave every day from The Netherlands to Germany / Germany to The Netherlands.


Cargo Loading Unloading
FTL Day A Day A
LTL/Groupage Day A Day A/B/C

Holidays & driving bans Germany


1st of January New Year’s Day
6th of January Epiphany
10th of April Good Friday
12th and 13th April Easter
1st of May Labour Day
21st of May Ascension Day
31st of May and 1st of June Pentecost
11th of June Corpus Christi
15th of Augustus Assumption of Mary
3rd of October German Unity Day
31st of October Day of the Reformation
1st of November All Saints Day
25th and 26th December Christmas

General driving bans Germany

For trucks and tractor-trailer combinations with a permissible total weight (own weight + payload) of 7.5 tons and more and for truck-trailer combinations, regardless of weight, a driving ban applies on Sundays and public holidays between 00:00 and 22:00. The driving ban applies on all roads in Germany, including vehicles without a load.

There is also a night parking ban for these trucks in built-up areas from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. and on Sundays and public holidays.

Driving ban exemption

The exemption applies to:

transport of fresh meat products
transport of fresh milk and fresh milk products
transport of fresh fish, live fish and fresh fish products
transport of quickly perishable fruit and vegetables
empty journeys, prior to or following the carriage of the above products (not for transit journeys)
trucks and combinations which, in connection with combined rail / road transport, cover the distance between the loading or unloading address and the nearest station, if this distance does not exceed 200 kilometers
trucks and combinations which, in connection with combined road / water transport, cover the distance between the loading or unloading address and the nearest sea or inland port, if this distance does not exceed 150 kilometers as the crow flies
individual tractors that are exclusively designed to pull semi-trailers.

Holiday driving bans

By ordinance of 13 May 1985, an annually recurring holiday ban was introduced in the period from 1 July to 31 August for vehicles with a permissible total weight from 7.5 tons, as well as for truck-trailer combinations regardless of weight. This holiday driving ban applies on Saturdays from 07:00 to 20:00 on certain sections of the motorways and some Bundesstraßen (national highways). Here, too, an exception applies for those categories of transport mentioned under the exceptions to the driving ban on Sundays and public holidays.

Under certain conditions and then only in very urgent cases, an exemption from the driving ban is granted.

A1 from Autobahnkreuz Köln-Ost via Wuppertal, Kamener Kreuz, Münster to the Cloppenburg junction and from the Oyten to Horster Dreieck junction
A2 / E30 from Autobahnkreuz Oberhausen to Autobahnkreuz Bad Oeynhausen
A3 from Oberhausener Kreuz to Autobandreieck Heumar, and from Münchhof Dreieck to Autobahnkreuz Nürnberg
A5 from the Darmstadt junction via Karlsruhe to the Neuenburg junction
A6 from the Schwetzingen-Hockenheim slip road to the Nürnberg-Sud junction
A7 from the Schleswig / Jagel entrance to the Hambourg-Schnelsen-Nord exit, from the Soltau-Ost junction to the Gättingen-Nord junction; from the Schweinfurt / Werneck junction, Biebelried junction, Ulm / Elchingen junction, Allgäu junction to the border crossing in Füssen
A8 from the Karlsruhe junction to the Munich-West exit and from the Munich-Ramersdorf entrance to the Bad Reichenhall exit

A9 / E51 ring road from Berlin (junction Leipzig / intersectionPotsdam) to the exit München-Schwabing
A10 the Berliner Ring, except for the part of the connection Berlin-Spandau, via Autobahndreieck Havelland to Autobahndreieck Oranienburg and the part from Autobahndreieck Spreeau to Autobahndreieck Werder
A45 from the Dortmund-Süd junction via Westhofener Kreuz and Gambacher Kreuz to Seligenstädter Dreieck
A61 from Autobahnkreuz Meckenheim via Autobahnkreuz Koblenz to Autobahndreieck Hockenheim
A81 from Autobahnkreuz Weinsberg to the Gärtringen exit
A92 from Autobahndreieck München-Feldmoching to the Oberschleissheim exit and from Autobahndreieck Neufahrn to the Erding exit
A93 from Autobahndreieck Inntal to the Reischenhart exit
A99 from Autobahndreieck Munich-Süd-West via Autobahndreieck Munich-West, Munich-Allach, Munich-Feldmoching, Munich-Nord, Munich-West, Munich-Süd and Munich-Eschenried
A215 from Autobahndreieck Bordesholm to the Blumenthal exit
A831 from the connection Stuttgart-Vaihingen to Autobahnkreuz Stuttgart
A980 from Autobahnkreuz Allgäu to the Waltenhofen exit
A995 from the Sauerlach junction to the Munich-Süd Autobahnkreuz
B31 from the Stockach-öst exit (A98) to the Sigmarszell exit (A96)
B96 / E251 on the ring road from Neubrandenburg to Berlin
Hazardous Substances

The provisions of the ADR (Accord europäen relatif au transport international de marchandise Dangereuse par Route) apply to the transport of dangerous goods. A number of regulations in the German Gefahrgut Verordnung Straße und Eisenbahn (GGVSE) also apply to cross-border road transport of dangerous goods to, from and through Germany by foreign companies.

A special permit is often required for the transport of dangerous goods. This special permit must be obtained for transport to Germany at the Straßenverkehrsbehörde, in whose district the border crossing point is located. For transport from Germany, the permit must be obtained from the Behörde in whose district the place of loading is located.

Transport of these substances by road is only possible if the transport distance in Germany is less than 200 kilometers. For longer distances, transport by rail or water must be completed, unless the rail / water route is twice as long.

Info about the transport means

We have daily departures from the Netherlands, Belgium, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Austria with groupage shipments and full loads. With or without double deck trailers. This shipping method allows us to save transport costs for you.

Loading can be done from the side or the rear, with the variable heights of the adjustable floor. for example, you can use an extra second floor at a maximum height of 220cm. To be loaded by means of a stacker / forklift truck with “free height” with a height in the trailer of 300cm. But can also be unloaded from the side by using curtain sides.

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