Which carrier in Belgium to choose?

If you need to transport pallets of goods beyond France’s borders, you’re looking for a professional freight forwarder with an international dimension. To make sure you choose the right partner to take your goods to Belgium, follow these basic tips!

A carrier that knows Belgium

Geographically, Belgium is in a strategic position: at the center of one of the world’s most dynamic and industrialized regions. In fact, it was the first region in Europe to enter the industrial revolution of the 19th century.

In concrete terms, Belgium exports a huge number of products and materials, creating a high level of dependence on international trade in general. At the same time, Belgium imports a significant quantity of raw materials and semi-finished products, which it then re-exports after processing.

Faced with these realities, you need a carrier in Belgium capable of meeting your requirements and adapting to your problems. Choose an efficient transport and logistics company that can customize its transport plan for you and offer you a minimum of guarantees. You need a dynamic partner to work with a Belgian customer, in the heart of a country that occupies a strategic position on the international stage.

An international carrier with an industrial dimension

It’s not enough to find a carrier capable of delivering or loading your pallets of goods in Belgium, in cities such as Antwerp, Ghent, Charleroi, Liège and Brussels. You also need to be sure that your contact is capable of handling your goods, managing them properly and offering you optimum quality of service (delivery times, care given to the goods, availability of customer service to answer questions at any stage of the supply chain).

Transports Goëvia is based in Vayres, Gironde, east of Bordeaux. It has a second branch in the south of the department, at Cestas, and a third at Tonnay-Charente in Charente-Maritime. Every day, it handles its international shipments with the same care, thanks to a dedicated team able to speak several languages without a hitch. Its transport plan includes regular routes to the main countries of continental Europe, as well as services to more distant destinations such as Estonia, Sweden and Romania.)


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