Delivery to the European Union
The European Union (abbreviation: EU) is an economic and political association that today includes 28 countries on the European continent, with a total population of approximately 510 million people.
The EU unites both large countries and countries with a small number of population, such as Malta or Luxembourg. The union extends from the Mediterranean Sea in the south to the Arctic Circle in the north and from the Black Sea in the east to the Atlantic Ocean in the west.
The European Union consists of: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Great Britain, Hungary, Germany, Greece, Denmark, Ireland, Spain, Italy, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Finland, France, Croatia, Czech Republic, Sweden and Estonia.
Europe continues to dominate in the list of the world’s largest economies and is ranked the 12th out of the 20th of the best countries for doing business. Thanks to financial freedom, cutting edge technology, a developed infrastructure and a low level of corruption, cargo delivery from the UAE to the countries of the European Union is carried out without problem.
Businesses and consumers are more and more using air freight which is primarily due to the growth of the EU economy.
The EU countries have a huge number of airports. The largest are Heathrow in London, Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris, Schiphol in Amsterdam, as well as Frankfurt International Airport.
London Heathrow Airport
Heathrow Airport is considered one of the leading airports in the world and bears the title of "The Best Airport in Western Europe". Moreover, the main airborne of Great Britain leads to the growth of air cargo volumes, and it handles more cargoes than all other airports in the United Kingdom.
Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport
Despite the fact that Charles de Gaulle is the youngest airport of Paris, it is currently the largest airport in France, amazing by its size and brilliant infrastructure. The airport accepts planes from almost all countries, both passenger and cargo’s. The airport consists of three huge terminals which are connected with communications, walkways, buses and the so-called “light metro”.
Amsterdam Schiphol Airport
Schiphol is the main airport of the Netherlands. It is situated 17 km from the center of Amsterdam. It is noteworthy from the Dutch “Schiphol” means “Grave of ships”. In the middle of the 19th century there was really a large Lake Harlem on the location of the airport, in which during storms many ships sank.
Frankfurt Airport is the largest airport in Germany, one of the central links in European and world air traffic. The airport is located only 12 kilometers from the center of Frankfurt and is an independent urban area of approximately 20 square kilometers.
Since ancient times, Europe was considered the leader in the number of large and small seaports. And it is not surprising because it is washed by the waters of the Atlantic and Arctic oceans, as well as 9 seas. Nowadays there are about 900 seaports in Europe.
Port of Rotterdam
The main seaport in Europe, which is one of the ten largest world ports, is the Dutch fish bay Rotterdam. Rotterdam is located on the North Sea coast in the Netherlands, and is considered one of the busiest ports in the world. According to statistics, today the cargo turnover of this port is about 421 million tons per year. The port of Rotterdam is located at the mouths of the Meuse and Rhine rivers, and it handles a little less than half of all cargo entering this part of the region. The port is equipped with special terminals for receiving a wide variety of cargoes: fuel, minerals, grain, containers.
Port of Antwerp
The port of Antwerp is located in the heart of the mainland and thus represents an efficient way to deliver cargo. It serves European countries such as Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg, as well as the northern regions of France. It is known that the port of Antwerp handles approximately eight and a half million containers per year, which makes the port one of the most important transport hubs in the European Union.
The port of Hamburg has the largest warehouse area in the world. It is called Speicherstadt which translates from German as "the city of warehouses". The area was built at the beginning of the 20th century and is a historical part of the Hamburg port. Hamburg's river gates occupy a tenth of the city and have more than 300 berths.
World Post in the EU
The World Post tries to satisfy the demands of our partners as much as possible, so our company has developed and established the process of cargo delivery from the UAE to the European countries. With World Post cargo shipping from the UAE does not cause any difficulties. All you have to do is just contact our team.
We provide a full range of logistics services for the delivery of goods from the UAE to the EU.
World Post offers the following types of cargo delivery:
- air freight
- sea freight
In case you have any questions regarding cargo delivery from the UAE to the EU countries, you can contact our managers at any convenient time.
Our contacts in the EU:
- Contact persons: Kseniia
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- Skype: world-post
- E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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