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Kõvade seintega treiler
Hard-walled trailer

A hard-walled trailer is one of the most common trailers in the field of road transport. This type of trailer is usually used to transport high-value shipment or clothing.

Hard-walled trailer_ sizes and dimensions
Kardin treiler
Curtain trailer

Curtain trailers are designed to allow easy access to your goods and are used in many different industries for different types of goods.

Curtain trailer_ sizes and dimensions
Mega treiler
Mega trailer

A MEGA trailer, sometimes called a jumbo trailer, has movable curtains like those of a curtain trailer. Most of the MEGA trailers are 3 m high and have a retractable top canopy, making the trailer suitable for transport above a certain height.

Mega trailer_ sizes and dimensions
Open trailer
Open trailer

Platform or open trailers are used for special handling and oversized consignments. We have trailers both with and without aluminium sideboards.

Avatud treiler_ suurused ja mõõtmed
Külmik treiler
Refrigerator trailer

Refrigerated trailers are designed to maintain a specific temperature so that your consignments are fresh when they arrive. Refrigerated trailers are used for perishable goods such as fruit and vegetables.

Refrigerator trailer_ sizes and dimensions
Tent treiler
Tent trailer

A tent trailer is one of the most common trailers in the field of road transport. Suitable for transporting most types of cargo. It allows top, side or rear loading.

Tent trailer_ sizes and dimensions
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Euroalus
EUR-pallet (EPAL)

1200 x 800 x h mm

Pallet sizes may vary, but each region has standardised sizes. In Europe, there are 120 cm x 80 cm euro pallets.

You can recognize a certified euro pallet by the following elements:

Marking of the European Pallet Association (EPAL)
Phased baseboards
Marking of the ISPM-15 standardisation
Marking of the European Pallet market (EUR)
Nailing pattern and marking of the nail type

When shipping to destinations outside the European Union, heat-treated pallets (designation "IPPC") are usually required.

EUR (EPAL) alus
FIN-pallet (ISO)
FIN (ISO) alus

1000 x 1200 x h mm

FIN-pallets are mainly used in Finland.

Parameters of a standard FIN-pallets:

“FIN” oval markings on pallet blocks
Safe load capacity up to 1800 kg
Weight approx. 25 kg

When shipping to destinations outside the European Union, heat-treated pallets (designation "IPPC") are usually required.

FIN (ISO) alus
Väike euroalus
A small euro pallet

800 x 600 x h mm

Wooden half-pallets are euro pallets with smaller dimensions, which are used for special needs.

When shipping to destinations outside the European Union, heat-treated pallets (designation "IPPC") are usually required.

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Loading units

Many different units of measurement are used in road transport. Lorry requirements are set by international regulations that determine the weight limit and dimensions of lorries used to transport goods.

Units of measurement per lorry:

  • Weight of the goods up to 24 tonnes
  • Cargo volume from 85 to 112 m3
  • Loading surface up to 13.6 ldm (loading metres)
  • Capacity up to 33 EUR-pallets

Internal dimensions of a typical semi-trailer: 13.6 m (length) x 2.40 (width) x 2.65 (height)

1 EUR-pallet: 1,200 x 800 mm
1 FIN-pallet: 1,200 x 1,000 mm

For the transport of less-than-truckloads, the transport price is calculated according to the largest indicator of the weight or volume of the goods. 1 cbm (cubic metre) = 333 kg, 1 ldm (loading metre) = 1,850 kg, 1 EUR-pallet = 0.4 ldm = 740 kg, 1 FIN-pallet = 0.5 ldm = 925 kg

EUR FIN LDM m3 kg
1 0,8 0,4 2,5 730
2 1,6 0,8 5,0 1460
3 2,4 1,2 7,5 2190
4 3,2 1,6 10,0 2920
5 4,0 2,0 12,5 3650
6 4,8 2,4 15,0 4380
7 5,6 2,8 17,5 5110
8 6,4 3,2
20,0
5840
9 7,2 3,6
22,5
6570
10 8,0 4,0
25,0
7300
11 8,8 4,4
27,5 8030
12 9,6 4,8 30,0 8760
13 10,4 5,2 32,5 9490
14 11,2
5,6 35,0 10220
15 12,0 6,0 37,5 10950
16 12,8
6,4 40,0 11680
17 13,6 6,8 42,5 12410
18 14,4 7,2 45,0 13140
19 15,2 7,6 47,5 13870
20 16,0 8,0 50,0 14600
21 16,8 8,4 52,5 15330
22 17,6 8,8 55,0 16060
23 18,4 9,2 57,5 16790
24 19,2 9,6 60,0 17520
25 20,0 10,0 62,5 18250
26 20,8 10,4 65,0 18980
27 21,6 10,8 67,5 19710
28 22,4 11,2 70,0 20440
29 23,2 11,6 72,5 21170
30 24,0 12,0 75,0 21900
31 24,8 12,4 77,5 22630
32 25,6 12,8 80,0 23630
33 26,4 13,2 82,5 23700
34 27,0 13,6 85,0 24000
FAQ


Frequently Asked Questions


Here you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions about freight forwarding and international road transport.

If you cannot find an answer to your question, please feel free to contact us.
1Does Forega Logistics offer cargo insurance?
Forega Logistics' cargo protection offers almost all types of cargo protection against accidents, mishandling and other hazards that can lead to damage or loss of cargo. Please contact us for a quotation on cargo protection.
2What are dangerous goods?
Dangerous or hazardous goods are objects or substances that may pose a risk to health, safety or the environment, especially if they are not properly handled and packaged. A classic example is lithium batteries, which can easily overheat and catch fire under certain conditions.
3Are my goods classified as dangerous goods?
Dangerous goods can be solids, liquids or gases. The United Nations (UN) has established a universal system for the classification, packaging, labelling and marking of dangerous goods to facilitate their safe transport. Here you can find out about all nine dangerous goods classes.
4What should I know about a delayed shipment?
The delay of goods has always been a problem in transport. When the carrier or freight forwarder enters into a transport contract with the customer, the transport time stated in the quotation means the time spent on transport under normal conditions and does not guarantee that the goods will arrive at their destination within a certain time. It is important that the customer takes into account the various circumstances when ordering transport and takes its time. It is extremely important that the customer always informs when ordering transport if the goods are time-sensitive.
5What are the general terms and conditions for road freight transport?
You can read the general terms and conditions of road freight transport on the website of the Estonian Logistics & Freight Forwarding Association: https://www.elea.ee/elea-autokaubaveo-uldtingimused/
6Which goods are best suited for the transport of full truckloads?
The transport of full truckloads is usually suitable for goods that occur in large quantities, which require special handling and attention, or for valuables that are not to be transported together with other goods. For the transport of perishable, dangerous and oversized goods, we recommend full truckloads.
7To which countries does Forega Logistics offer transport services?
We operate mainly in Europe, connecting more than 40 countries through road transport with a complete transport network. We organise freight transport throughout Europe. Our main destinations are Germany, Benelux, Italy, Austria, the Czech Republic, Norway, Sweden and Finland. Please send a request to get a quotation.
8What is the transport of full truckloads (FTL)?
FTL, i.e. full truckload, is a full load transportation service, the essence of which is that the entire trailer or container is filled with only one and the same cargo on the entire route. In addition, full truckload services are characterised by safety and reliability, because when the lorry is parked, the cargo is not brought to the warehouse.


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