Efficient transit transport via Denmark
Combine the two Scandlines ferry routes and ForSea Helsingør-Helsingborg for a maximum flexibility with a total of around 220 ferry crossings per day.
The combination of road and high frequency ferry transport allows an easy transport planning solely based on delivery times, the optimum use of driving times and the fastest roundtrips of drivers/ equipment.
Find the detailed timetable here
- Combine your transport from up to 200 departures per day on Puttgarden-Rødby and Helsingør-Helsingborg or 120 departure on Rostock-Gedser and Helsingør-Helsingborg
- 24/7/365 operation
- optimum usage of driving times and fastest roundtrips of drivers and equipment
- no significant waiting times in ports
- perfect set-up for terminal traffic, hub traffic, driver change and other supply chain concepts
- higher loyalty of hauliers thanks to extra road kilometers combined with the driver services on board during the short crossings
- very fast port handling – only 15 minutes for un-/loading process
Please see the Scandlines freight tariffs and applicable fuel surcharges (BAF/GIR) for shipments on the transit routes Germany - Sweden.
Get in touch with our experienced sales team for a quote or further required information on our services, solutions and conditions.
Find even more details about these combined routes in the menu below:
Scandlines Terminal Puttgarden
Fährhafenstrasse 1, 23769 Puttgarden, Germany. The check-in is located directly at the end of road E47/B207.
Scandlines Terminal Rødby
Færgestationsvej 5, 4970 Rødby, Denmark. The check-in is located directly at the end of road E47.
Scandlines Terminal Rostock
Zum Fährterminal 1, 18147 Rostock, Germany. Use the motorway A19 towards Rostock, exit Rostock Überseehafen.
Scandlines Terminal Gedser
Jernbanevejen 1, 4874 Gedser, Denmark. The check-in is located directly at the end of road E55.
ForSea Terminal Helsingør
Færgevej, 3000 Helsingør, Denmark. The check-in area is located at the end of road E47.
ForSea Terminal Helsingborg
Bredgatan 5, 25225 Helsingborg, Sweden. The check-in area is located at the end of road E4.
Check-in offices Puttgarden, Rødby, Helsingør and Helsingborg
The check-in offices are open 24/7.
All units must be checked in and ready for loading at the terminal 15 minutes before scheduled departure at the latest (60 minutes for pre-booked dangerous goods and oversize transports).
Check-in office Rostock
Monday to Friday 24/7 / Saturday 00:00-22:30 / Sunday 05:00-24:00
Check-in office Gedser
Monday to Friday 06:00-02:00 / Saturday 06:00 – 22:30 / Sunday 06:00 – 04:00
All units must be checked in and ready for loading at the terminal 30 minutes before scheduled departure at the latest (60 minutes for pre-booked dangerous goods and oversize transports).
All types of trucks, vans and other self-driving cargo can be shipped on these transit routes.
Please note that trailers and other unaccompanied cargo units can't be shipped due to short port berth times of the vessels.
Shipment of oversize cargo on individual request only.
Dangerous goods transports must be booked manually with the Scandlines booking department. Registration of Dangerous goods 24 hours prior to departure at the latest.
Puttgarden-Rødby + Helsingør-Helsingborg v.v.
Transports of class 1 only possible Monday to Friday 06:15 from Rødby and Monday to Friday 10:15 from Puttgarden.
Currently no shipment of following classes/ UN numbers:
- 1.1B/ 1.1F/ 1.2G/ 1.4B // UN0005/ 0009/ 0030/ 0255/ 0257/ 0267/ 0030/ 0360/ 0361
- 4.2 // UN1383/ 3394
- 5.2 // UN3105/ 3106/ 3107/ 3108/ 3109/ 3110/ 3113/ 3119
Rostock-Gedser + Helsingør-Helsingborg v.v.
The transport of dangerous goods is basically possible on all departures. Shipment of classes requiring passenger limitation is possible on selected departures and after coordination with our freight booking department only.
Please contact our freight booking department for further information.
Documents for bookings of dangerous goods transports:
Declaration of Classified Goods (type-in PDF)
Annotations to the Check-in data form (PDF)
Please note that a completed and signed container/vehicle packing certificate in accordance with IMDG-CODE 5.4.2 is always required for sea transport.
This document must be presented at the latest at check-in at the port of departure.
In case of electronically executed dangerous goods documents, the name of the person responsible (in capital letters) replaces the signature.
The container/vehicle packing certificate is not required if all dangerous goods are transported in limited quantities only (LQ) or if transported in a tank unit.
Please find all details about the driver services on all involved route legs on the respective route pages.
Scandlines owns the world’s largest fleet of hybrid ferries and ForSea Ferries operates among others the 2 world`s largest electric ferries. Both partners have a clear vision – green ferry operation.
Please find the technical details of the vessels in operation on all route legs on the respective route pages.