Siramis transports different cargoes on Lithuania–Denmark route using all lorries of the fleet. The fleet has more than 100 Volvo tractor units and different types of semi-trailers that comply with high environmental requirements. The company can transport the cargoes of up to 3.05 m of height to Denmark. Mega semi-trailers are used for this purpose. Transportation of dangerous goods is also available because all employees of the company have special ADR certificates that allow such transportation.
Even though Denmark’s geography is complicated, freight transport to Denmark is no exception compared to other countries. Denmark is a member of the EU and Schengen Area so customs procedures for transportation from other EU countries aren’t a problem. Copenhagen is the major city of the country. The population of the city and its area it’s six times bigger than in the second-largest city in the country – Aarhus. Copenhagen has a large seaport and airport so many of the logistics routes cross there.