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Sending a pallet to Belgium may be a little daunting for those casual shippers who are not familiar with logistics procedures.
Seen as a gateway to Europe, Belgium is in a privileged position for the distribution of goods to the continent. Thanks to its proximity to many European countries, its developed transport infrastructure, logistics and distributions centres, as well as very good trucking connections to Europe, it is quite easy to organise a pallet delivery to Belgium, as well as from Belgium to other countries in Europe.
The country relies on imports coming mainly from the Netherlands, Germany, and France. Many imported goods are transported by road. The short distances between Belgium and the capital cities of France, the Netherlands, and Germany, as well as major cities such as Frankfurt ensure that the transit time for pallet delivery from and to Belgium is very short.
At the same time, one key component of Belgium’s infrastructure is the Antwerp port, the second largest port in Europe and forth largest in the world. A big part of the country’s foreign trade is handled through the Antwerp port.
Waterborne freight is handled through inland waterways which include the Meuse and the Scheldt. Only a small part of the freight transport is handled through railways.