International Transportation to Serbia, Albania & Macedonia

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Barman Tarabar International Transportation Company transports your goods from the ports of Iran to the ports of Serbia, Albania and Macedonia and vice versa in COC and SOC containers. It can also charter a sea vessel to transport your bulky cargo. This experienced company offers sea freight services with reasonable rates. In addition, BarmanTrover international shipping company transports your goods under different levels of insurance to minimize the risks of sea transportation.

Serbia (shipping to Serbia):

Serbia is a country located in southeast of Europe. This country has important cities that are economically, culturally and historically very famous. We mention Below some important cities of Serbia:

Belgrade:

Belgrade is the capital and the largest city of Serbia. This city is an important economic and commercial center in Serbia.

Novi Sad:

Novi Sad is the second largest city in Serbia and, near Belgrade.

Niš:

Niš is the third largest city in Serbia and is located in the south of the country. This city is also considered an industrial and commercial center.

Kragujevac:

Kragujevac is one of the important industrial cities of Serbia. Karagüye is known as an industrial, automotive and metallurgy center.

Priština:

Pristina is the capital of Kosovo located in the southeast of Serbia. Pristina is an important place for industry and trade in this region.

There is some general information about the economy, trade and geography of Serbia:

Economy:

Serbia has an advanced economy and diversified industrial, agricultural and service sections. This country is known as one of the developing industrial countries in the region. The industrial sector of Serbia includes machinery, automotive, metallurgy, electronics, food and textile industries. The agricultural section also has an important role in Serbia’s economy, promoting the production of crops such as wheat, barley, corn, potatoes, onions, and meat.

Business:

 

Serbia is in the world market as an open country. The export of products such as cars, metal products, electronics, machinery and agricultural products are among the products of Serbia.

Serbia imports products such as petroleum products, machinery, electronic equipment and food.

Geography:

Serbia is located in southeastern Europe and shares land borders with countries such as Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Kosovo, and Macedonia.

Serbia is a central country in the Balkan region and has an important role in the international transportation of goods. This country uses different ways to transport goods. We mention below some methods of international transportation of goods through Serbia:

Road transportation:

Serbia has an advanced road network that allows it to be a road transport hub in the region.

Rail transportation:

As a central point in the European rail transport network, Serbia has an important role in transporting goods by rail. This country has a wide network of railway lines that provide the possibility of communication between cities and transportation terminals.

Air Transport:

Serbia has several international airports that provide air transport services. These airports make the possibility of sending and receiving goods from all over the world. Air transportation is a suitable way for cargo that require high speed or have long distances. Serbia has several international airports that offer commercial cargo transportation services. We mention below some international airports in Serbia for commercial cargo transportation:

Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport:

This international airport is located in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, and is the largest airport in the country. Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport provides commercial cargo flights to many destinations through most of the world’s valid airlines.

Niš Constantine the Great Airport:

This international airport is located in the city of Niš and offers commercial cargo transportation services. With direct connections to some European cities, Niš Constantine Velikanovitch Airport provides the possibility of exporting and importing goods to international transport companies.

Novi Sad Čenej Airport:

This airport is located in Novi Sad, the second largest city in Serbia. This airport is used for commercial cargo and provides international transportation services.

Sea transportation:

Serbia does not have sea ports because of the lack of direct access to the Adriatic Sea. However, by using road or rail transportation, goods can be transported to neighboring ports of Serbia, such as seaports in Croatia or Montenegro, and then transported by sea to the final destination. With more than three decades of experience in this field, with 100 transit trucks and 3000 containers, as well as having official offices in Turkey and Iran, Barman Tarabar Transportation Company has been able to finish hundreds of transportation projects by sea, land, Air to this country. Call 09120290677 for more information and free consultation, or send a message to our email info@barmantarabr.com.

Albania (shipping to Albania):

Albania is a country located in southern Europe. The Albanian economy has improved in recent years and international trade has grown significantly. There is some general information below about the Albanian economy and business:

Economy:

Albany has a market economy and a combination of agricultural, industrial and service sections. The agricultural sector is known as one of the largest sectors of the Albanian economy and includes the production of wheat, corn, citrus fruits and confectionery.

The industrial section of Albania includes mining, metal, machinery, food and textile industries. Albania also has natural resources such as oil, gas, and chromium, which have helped to the development of the country’s mining sector.

Albania, as a country located in the south of Europe and with a proper location, uses various methods for the international transportation of goods. We mention below some of the methods of international transportation of goods through Albania:

Road transport:

Albania has a strong road network that is connected to neighboring countries such as Kosovo, Macedonia, Greece and Montenegro. Through Albania’s roads, goods can reach their destination quickly and at low cost. Albania has several border customs that are used to facilitate international trade and the passage of goods across borders. We mention below some commercial border customs of Albania:

Tirana Customs Office:

This customs office is located in the capital of Albania, Tirana, and has an important role in the international trade of Albania.

Durrës Customs Office:

This customs office is located in the city of Durrës.

Kaqan border customs office (Kakavija Customs Office): This customs office is located on the Albanian border with Greece and facilitates international trade between these two countries. Kaghan is used as one of the important transit routes in the Balkan region to transport goods to and from Albania.

Hani i Hotit Customs Office:

This customs office is located on the Albanian border with Montenegro. This important border is used for international trade between Albania and Montenegro

Rail transport:

Albania has a railway network that is connected to the European railway network. Transportation of goods by rail in Albania can be done effectively and economically.

Air Transportation:

Albany has many international airports that provide air transportation services. These airports are entry and exit points for international cargo.

Sea transportation:

One of the important ports and communication route of this country with Europe is Doris port. Barman Tarabar Company can transport all your cargo from the ports of Mursi, Iskenderun, Istanbul, etc. ,located in Turkey, to this port. The advantages of this method is are cheapness and speed of transportation (low transit time).

With more than three decades of experience in this field, with 100 transit trucks and 3000 containers, as well as having official offices in Turkey and Iran, Barman Tarabar Transportation Company has been able to complete hundreds of transportation projects by sea, land, Air to this country. Call 09120290677 for more information and free consultation, or send a message to our email: info@barmantarabr.com

 

Macedonia (shipping to Macedonia):

Macedonia (Republic of North Macedonia) is a country in southeastern Europe. Macedonia’s economy is based on agricultural production, manufacturing industries, services and exports.

Macedonia has important commercial and industrial cities, which we will mention below:

Skopje:

Skopje is the capital and largest city of Macedonia. This city is known as an important economic, commercial and industrial center. Various sectors have been developed in Skopje, including manufacturing, services, trade and transportation. Also, large companies and international organizations are also based in this city.

Bitola:

Bitola is another important commercial city in Macedonia. This city is located in the southwest of Macedonia and has an important role in manufacturing industries, local and international markets, and domestic and foreign trade. Bitola is known as an industrial and commercial center for some industries such as electronics, machinery and clothing.

Kochani (Kumanovo):

Kochani is an industrial and commercial city in the North of Macedonia. This big city has many industrial activities including the production of machinery, metals, food products and clothes.

Ohrid:

Ohrid is an important historical city that attracts a lot of touristic, located in Macedonia, in addition, Ohrid has ports that facilitate sea transportation and international trade.

Tetovo:

Tetovo is a city in western Macedonia, which is known as an industrial and commercial center. Many industries such as electronics, machinery and textile products are produced in this city.

Macedonian economy:

Macedonia is a small country and its economy is mainly based on small and medicore businesses.

The industry of processing agricultural products, including food, textile, leather and furniture industries, has also been developed in Macedonia.

 

Metal and machinery industries also have important roles in the economy of Macedonia. Producing and exporting machinery, automobile parts and steel products are important among these industries.

Macedonian trade:

Macedonia is a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and a member of free trade area with the European Union. This has facilitated Macedonia’s foreign trade and made it possible to export and import to international markets.

Export is one of the most important sectors of Macedonian business. Industrial products such as machinery, metal products, mineral products and clothing are the main exports of Macedonia.

Imports are also economically very important and include petroleum products, machinery and automobiles parts, electronic products and food.

As a country located in the heart of the Balkan Peninsula, Macedonia has a suitable location for international transportation. This country is connected to the international transportation network through roads, railways, ports and airports.

Road transportation:

Macedonia has a network of major roads that is connect to the surrounding countries. E75 and E65 are the main roads that pass through Macedonia. These roads provide connection between Macedonia and neighboring countries including Serbia, Bulgaria, Albania and Greece.

Rail transportation:

Macedonia has a traditional railway network that is connected to domestic and foreign cities. Macedonian railway lines are connected to Serbia, Kosovo, Greece and Bulgaria.

Air Transportation:

Macedonia has several international airports that provide air connections with other countries. Skopje International Airport, located in the capital of Macedonia, is the largest airport of country and offers direct flights to European cities.

Sea transportation:

Macedonia does not have directly access to the Adriatic Sea, but it has access to the sea through the coastal ports of neighboring countries such as Greece and Albania. These ports provide the possibility of international transportation by sea for Macedonia.

Also, Macedonia is a member of the international TIR agreement, which facilitates the international transportation of goods using TIR documents. This agreement allows transportation companies to transport goods directly from Macedonia to destined countries using TIR transit documents. With more than three decades of experience in this field, with 100 transit trucks and 3000 containers, as well as having official offices in Turkey and Iran, Barman Tarabar Transportation Company has been able to finish hundreds of transportation projects by sea, land, Air to this country.

 

Contact us for more information and free consultation.

Contact number: 09120290677

Email: info@Barmantarabar.com