Thessaloniki

Second largest Greek city, and the capital of the Greek region of Macedonia, Thessaloniki is Greece’s second major economic, industrial, commercial and political centre, and a major transportation hub for the rest of South Eastern Europe. Here you will find our Greek partners second facility in Kalochori.

  • Our road freight services to and from Thessaloniki are also twice weekly departing every Tuesday and Friday. In conjunction with our Athens cargo, and often separate, we provide a transit time of 4-5 working days from depot to depot, a Tuesday export arriving Thessaloniki the following Monday, and a Friday departure arriving the following Wednesday/Thursday.
  • As with Athens, we also transport dangerous goods to and from Thessaloniki in full scope of ADR and IMDG, and the same potential delays may arise in the case of some ‘freight-ship only’ chemicals.

Our services to and from Greece are developing gradually. We now send between 3 and 4 Groupage trailers each week to Greece, although our import service is less strong with just 1 or 2 trailers coming northbound. With the ‘glass half-full’ philosophy of our Greek partners, we hope to increase the quantity of trailers during 2015 and beyond.

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Testimonials

Testimonianze

Proactive, flexible & transparent

ITAL logistics support our business through European Outbound and Reverse Logistics to support a number of our clients, especially on multiple palletised loads and also non standard palletised consignments. There have also been times where we have asked them to respond to short lead times for important collections of engineering palletised consignments, with a recent […]



Dangerous Goods

At Ital Logistics we take the matter of transporting goods which are hazardous very seriously indeed, and do our utmost to ensure that they are carried in compliance with the rules of ADR & IMDG. Around 25% of our total business is made up of the transport of dangerous goods. Many companies shy away from […]