More than 10 years of experience

EUROOPA TRANSPORDI OÜ

Our main area of business is currently international transportation. We mainly transport goods in Finland, Sweden and Norway. Our services also include warehousing and helping with customs formalities.

More than 10 years of experience

EUROOPA

TRANSPORDI OÜ

Our main area of business is currently international transportation. We mainly transport goods in Finland, Sweden and Norway.

Our 50 trucks will deliver your goods in a timely and efficient way.

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or contact our team directly.

Our professional team will also assist you with warehousing and customs formalities.

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and know that our car park meets ADR requirements and all freight is always covered by CMR insurance.

ABOUT US

European Transport OÜ is an Estonian freight forwarding and logistics company established in 2004. Our main area of activity is international freight transportation and today our main routes reach Finland, Sweden and Norway.

Our fleet consists of 50 trucks, all of which are equipped with ADR and GPS systems. We deliver both single pallets and full cargo, and our freight is always covered by insurance.

SERVICES

International freight transport

  • main routes to Finland, Sweden and Norway
  • ADR and GPS equipped trucks
  • both full and partial cargo
  • freight covered by CMR and freight forwarder liability insurance.
  • a fleet of 50 vehicles

Customs services

  • customs formalities in Norway

Warehousing services

  • long-term storage
  • short-term storage

USEFUL INFORMATION

Trailer Types

We use two types of trailers:
1) Semitrailers with a capacity of up to 34 EUR-pallets
(trailer dimensions: length 13.6m, width 2.48m, height 2.7m)

2) Mega trailers with a capacity of up to 34 EUR-pallets
(trailer dimensions: length 13.6m, width 2.48m, height 3.0m)

Trailer Capacity

EUR-pallet

1 m3 = 333kg
LDM = 1850kg (loading meter)
1 EUR-pallet = 80x120cm
EUR-pallet = 2.7m3
EUR-pallet = 740kg

FIN-pallet

1 m3 = 333kg
LDM = 1850kg (loading meter)
EUR-pallet = 100x120cm
EUR-pallet = 3.3m3
EUR-pallet = 925kg

EUR LDM m3 KG
1 0,4 2,5 730
2 0,8 5 1460
3 1,2 7,5 2190
4 1,6 10 2920
5 2 12,5 3650
6 2,4 15 4380
7 2,8 17,5 5110
8 3,2 20 5840
9 3,6 22,5 6570
10 4 25 7300
11 4,4 27,5 8030
12 4,8 30 8760
13 5,2 32,5 9490
14 5,6 35 10220
15 6 37,5 10950
16 6,4 40 11680
17 6,8 42,5 12410
18 7,2 45 13140
19 7,6 47,5 13870
20 8 50 14600
21 8,4 52,5 15330
22 8,8 55 16060
23 9,2 57,5 16790
24 9,6 60 17520
25 10 62,5 18250
26 10,4 65 18980
27 10,8 67,5 19710
28 11,2 70 20440
29 11,6 72,5 21170
30 12 75 21900
31 12,4 77,5 22630
32 12,8 80 23360
33 13,2 82,5 23700
34 13,6 85 24000
FIN LDM m3 KG
1 0,5 3,3 920
2 1 6,6 1840
3 1,5 9,9 2760
4 2 13,2 3680
5 2,5 16,5 4600
6 3 19,8 5520
7 3,5 23,1 6440
8 4 26,4 7360
9 4,5 29,7 8280
10 5 33 9200
11 5,5 36,3 10120
12 6 39,6 11040
13 6,5 42,9 11960
14 7 46,2 12880
15 7,5 49,5 13800
16 8 52,8 14720
17 8,5 56,1 15640
18 9 59,4 16560
19 9,5 62,7 17480
20 10 66 18400
21 10,5 69,3 19320
22 11 72,6 20240
23 11,5 75,9 21160
24 12 79,2 22080
25 12,5 82,5 23000
26 13 85,8 23920

Cargo Insurance

The orderly and safe arrival of the goods is the aim of both the sender and the recipient. It is, however, impossible to foresee all risks, which is why all our cargo is covered by CMR insurance as well as freight forwarder liability insurance.

Conditions of Freight Delivery

Incoterms specify the rights and obligations of the parties to a sale/purchase agreement. Incoterms 2010 were developed in Paris by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). Incoterms terms of delivery consist of 13 clauses pertaining to shipping and other modes of transport.

FCA – Free Carrier

Specified loading site, used with all modes of transport. The seller delivers the goods to a place (or carrier) nominated by the buyer. The seller is responsible for the customs clearance of the goods. If loading occurs at the seller’s premises, the seller is responsible for loading the goods on to the vehicle. If loading occurs at a carrier’s premises, the seller is responsible for loading the goods on to the vehicle, but not for unloading them.

CPT – Carriage Paid To

Specified loading site at the delivery point, used with all modes of transport. The seller’s responsibilities include transport and logistics, covering the costs up to the delivery point and the customs clearance for the exported goods.

CIP – Carriage and Insurance Paid To

Specified loading site at the delivery point, used with all modes of transport. The seller’s responsibilities include transport, covering the costs up to the delivery point, customs clearance for the exported goods and insurance of the cargo for the benefit of the buyer.

EXW – Ex Works

Specified loading site, used with all modes of transport. The seller makes the goods available at their premises or at another named place. The seller is not responsible for the customs clearance of export goods or of loading the goods on to a vehicle. The buyer bears all risks and costs related to and following the loading of goods at the loading site specified by the seller.

DDP – Delivered Duty Paid

Specified loading site at the delivery point, used with all modes of transport. The seller’s responsibilities include transport, covering the costs up to the buyer’s location, but also customs clearance (incl. state fees, licences). The buyer bears the costs of unloading the goods.

DAP – Delivered At Place

The seller delivers when the goods are placed at the disposal of the buyer on the arriving means of transport ready for unloading at the named place of destination. The seller assumes all risk until arrival at the destination. DAP is a new supply clause created to replace three supply clauses (DAF, DES and DDU) from the previous classifier version (2000).

DAT – Delivered At Terminal

The seller delivers the goods when the unloaded goods have been given over to the buyer at the named terminal at the named destination port or other destination. The terminal is any covered or uncovered site, such as a berth, warehouse, container yard or road, rail or air cargo terminal. The seller bears all the risk in the delivery and unloading of the goods at the named port or destination terminals. This clause also underlines the need to specify a precise point within that destination, since the seller assumes all costs and risk up to that point. DAT is a new supply clause created to replace the supply clause DEQ – Delivered Ex Quay from the previous classifier version (2000).

Dangerous goods

ADR and the transport of dangerous goods

Substances and articles which may damage health, the environment or property are classified as dangerous goods and transported according to ADR (International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road). When transporting goods classified as dangerous by ADR, the vehicle must be accordingly equipped, the carrier must be licenced to carry ADR-classified dangerous goods, and the driver must have undergone a training to obtain an ADR Driver Training Certificate.

The 13 hazard classes according to ADR:

Class 1 Explosive substances and articles
Class 2 Gases
Class 3 Flammable liquids
Class 4.1 Flammable solids
Class 4.2 Substances liable to spontaneous combustion
Class 4.3 Substances which, in contact with water, emit flammable gases
Class 5.1 Oxidizing substances
Class 5.2. Organic peroxides
Class 6.1 Toxic substances
Class 6.2 Infectious substances
Class 7 Radioactive material
Class 8 Corrosive substances
Class 9 Miscellaneous dangerous substances and articles

IMO and the transport of dangerous goods by sea

When transporting dangerous goods by sea we follow IMO (International Maritime Organisation) provisions aimed at ensuring maritime safety and security, saving the environment, solving legal issues and fixing the technical cooperation of different parties. The International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG) specifies that dangerous goods delivered at a port must be named, packaged and labelled (equipped with labels and posters) according to IMDG requirements. The sender is fully responsible for the correct marking.

ADR and IMO documents and submitting them

If you require a multi-modal transport service (two or more modes of transport, such as transport by ship and vehicle), it is very important that the names, packaging and labels of the goods comply with the requirements for the carriage of dangerous goods of both modes of transport. In official and technical documents the commercial name of the dangerous goods or substance is not enough, it is important to also include the proper shipping name of the dangerous goods or substance, the UN number, class and packaging group. The same requirements apply to goods or substances which are classified as Limited Quantities. When ordering a transport service it is important to provide a signed Dangerous Goods Declaration and, if necessary, the original of the declaration with the documentation.

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CONTACT

Euroopa Transpordi OÜ
Registry code: 11075343
VAT: EE100937044
Norwegian VAT: 918156941

Turu 34, 50104 Tartu
E-mail: info@eut.ee

Swedbank IBAN: EE872200221026371136
SEB Pank IBAN: EE831010220064530014

Priit Mäe

Manager, Logistic
Export – Finland, Sweden, Norway
Mobile: +372 507 1208
E-mail: priit@eut.ee

Mikk Mäe

Logistic
Import – Sweden, Norway
Mobile: +372 507 3226
E-mail: mikk@eut.ee

Joonas Vaino

Logistic
Export – Finland, Sweden, Norway
Import – Finland
Mobile: +372 508 0447
E-mail: joonas@eut.ee

Romet Kolk

Logistic
Export – Finland, Sweden, Norway
Import – Finland, Sweden, Norway
Mobile: +372 509 9530
E-mail: romet@eut.ee

Mikk Rattasepp

Logistic
Import – Sweden, Norway
Mobile: +372 503 4388
E-mail: mr@eut.ee