Many clients who need freight transport on Lithuania–France or France–Europe routes choose Siramis and are satisfied. The slogan of the company – History of Trust – establishes many years of experience. The attitude to the client does not depend on the amount of cargo he wants to transport: one, ten or a hundred pallets – all clients are treated equally. We are a family business so we have the highest level of responsibility. The company also extends its business constantly and is looking for specialists with foreign language skills to join the team. Today our freight forwarders are fluent in Lithuanian, English, Polish, French, Spanish, Russian and German.
Our services include transportation of full and partial cargoes to France. Transportation is carried out with brand new or a few years old Volvo trailer units. They comply with high environmental standards and are cost-effective and reliable. The latter is crucial to long-distance transportation because in case of a breakdown far from Lithuania the repair or delivery of a replacement vehicle would take a long time and the whole journey would be very long.
Image is also important to us. Modern, bright green tractor units stand out in the whole traffic, and the logo of the company reflects our business and core principle – the creation of maximum added value to the client.
Full or partial cargo transportation from and to France can be carried out by using different trailers: standard semi-trailers, Megas and road trains. Mega can hold a cargo of up to 3.05 m in height. All trailers are reinforced and have XL certificates.
Dangerous goods are also transported on Lithuania–France route since every driver has an ADR certificate.
The most important aspect of any business is punctuality. An expression “time is money” is about transport.
More than 20 years of experience allows us to precisely calculate cargo transportation time and predict congestions in heavy traffic or road sections under repair. Figures speak for themselves: more than 97 % of our cargoes are delivered on time. This number is achieved not only on France–Lithuania route but also other (our green tractor units travel to many EU countries). While transporting cargo in smaller cities, the driver must choose a suitable route. The navigation system does not always suggest the fastest and the most efficient route, a freight forwarder isn’t almighty as well, so the driver’s ability to navigate influences whether he will avoid narrow streets and poor roads (France and Italy have many of them). However, sometimes it is impossible to avoid such places.