We will ship your auto to Germany, container unloaded in Bremerhaven
If you are looking for a country to ship your vehicle to, Germany is definitely a top tier choice. On top of being a beautiful country rich with historical and cultural locales, it is also a prime shipping destination for those wishing to ship their auto to Europe. Automobile enthusiasts will be delighted to know that the autobahn, or the German highway system, largely has no posted speed limits. You can find out just what your vehicle is capable of by taking it to its maximum speeds. But be careful, and be sure that you know what you are in for.
Being located in western Europe, Germany has a lot of connections and borders to other European countries. To the north of Germany is Denmark, along with both the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. Having access to two large bodies of water is a huge benefit, and gives you a lot more shipping options for your auto. To the west of Germany lie the Netherlands, Belgium, and France. If you head south, you will reach Switzerland and Austria. Finally, to the east you have Poland and Czechia. Should you wish to ship your auto to Germany, it can be transported by land from any of those countries. Perfect if you live in another European country, or are going on a tour of the continent.
Bordering two seas to the north is a fairly major deal when it comes to shipping logistics for your vehicle. If you wish to ship your automobile to Germany from any European country east of Germany, you may wish to have it ferried across the Baltic Sea. This body of water borders several different countries, including Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Russia, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Poland, and of course, it also borders Germany. Your car can be transported to one of those countries, and then ferried to Germany by ship. Using RoRo Shipping, which stands for Roll On Roll Off Shipping, your vehicle will be driven onto a ship at a port at one of those countries bordering the Baltic Sea, transported by water to a port in Germany, and then driven off the ship once it arrives at the German port it is being ferried to.
The other sea that borders Germany, the North Sea, is a major channel for international shipping. If you are planning on shipping your auto to Germany from across the North Atlantic Ocean, then this is the sea that your automobile will arrive by. This is not limited to shipping across such long distances, however. You can also have your vehicle shipped to Germany via the North Sea from other European countries to the west of Germany. For example, if you are transporting your automobile from France or the United Kingdom, you can have it ferried across the English Channel, which connects to the North Sea which then connects to Germany.
Whatever reason you may have for shipping your auto to Germany, we would be glad to help you find a way. By land or sea, there are many options available to you. We hope you enjoy your stay in Germany, take in all the local culture, feel the wind going through your hair on the autobahn, and sample some delicious traditional German foods. It’s a large country, that has something for everyone to enjoy.