Road Transport to Ireland
We have carried cargo to Ireland for eight years. During that time, we have made over 100 trips there.
We have trucks leaving to Ireland only if necessary – regular demand for transporting goods to Ireland does not exist at this moment. We also use our Great Britain trucks to deliver cargo to Ireland.
We have around twenty trucks leaving for Great Britain every week. They drive to all corners of Great Britain and Ireland as well. Therefore we are able to react quickly to inquiries about deliver cargo to Ireland within three to five days of receiving the order.
Thanks to our trustworthy local partners, we can transport your cargo from even the most remote corners and furthest reaches of Ireland.
IRELAND – ESTONIA
We can bring a full load from Ireland to Estonia within 5-7 days, depending on the driver’s working hours and driving restrictions in Germany and Poland.
The transport of partial loads from Ireland to Estonia usually takes around 5-9 days. If we pick up a partial load from Ireland on Monday-Wednesday, the cargo will arrive in Estonia by the next Monday-Tuesday. If we pick up a partial load from Ireland on Thursday or Friday, it will arrive in Estonia by the following Friday at the latest.
Delays can be caused by storms at sea that affect ferry schedules between Great Britain and the mainland and can cause long lines at the harbours.
Our regular route from Ireland to Estonia goes by ferry from Dublin to Holyhead, then from Dover to Dunkirk in France, continuing by land through Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany, and finally by sea from the Travemünde or Kiel harbours to Latvia or Lithuania or sometimes by land through Poland.
We have transported high-tech electronics, machinery, equipment and much more from Ireland to Estonia.
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ESTONIA – IRELAND
Full loads from Estonia to Ireland take about 5-7 days, depending on the driver’s working hours and ferry schedules.
We compile partial loads going to Ireland from Estonia throughout the week in our warehouse. Partial loads usually depart on Saturday and, depending on the specific destination, arrive in Ireland between Wednesday-Friday.
Our regular route to Ireland goes by ferry from Latvia (from Liepaja or Ventspils) or Lithuania (from Klaipeda) to Germany continuing by land through the Netherlands and Belgium, then by ferry from Dunkirk in France to Dover in Great Britain and finally by sea from Holyhead to Dublin. Sometimes we let our drivers to drive by land through Poland instead of Latvian/Lithuanian harbours.
During the years we have transported different goods to many locations. Thus we can easily handle delivering a small pellet to the heart of Dublin or a log-house to the farther corners of Ireland.
OUR TRUCKS AND TRAILERS
Our freights are mostly done with covered mega-trailers but also with regular semitrailers. Our fleet of trucks is maintained in our own, modern repair hall with all the equipment needed to fully service our trucks and trailers.
We employ experienced and reliable truck mechanics who aren’t stumped by even the most complicated problems.
Our drivers have completed ADR training and, as a rule, have long-term experience with transporting ADR goods.