Freight to Czech Republic

Freight Forwarding to The Czech Republic

John Shirley freight transit time from the UK to or from the Czech Republic is 3 days for full loads, 4 days part load.

The Czech Republic, Imports and Exports

John Shirley provide full freight services to the Czech Republic from the UK and locations throughout Europe.

In 2008, exports from the Czech Republic were $145.9 billion, principally from motor vehicles, machinery, iron, steel, chemicals, raw materials and consumer goods. Imports in 2008 were $141.6 billion. Trading partners include Germany (32%), Slovakia, Poland, France, Austria, Italy, the Netherlands, Russia, UK, China and the US and KSL Freight can srrange shipping from and to all of these countries.

Manufacturing is still a major economic activity, especially the production of automobiles, machine tools, and engineering products. Iron and steel industries are important in Moravia in the east of the country. The chief crops are maize, sugar beet, potatoes, wheat, barley, and rye. John Shirley Ltd deliveries to Czech Republic include industrial and engineering products. Freight forwardign from the Czech Republic uses locally experienced drivers. Specialist vehicles such as road tankers and refrigerated lorries are available.

The Czech Republic, General Information

The Czech Republic became an independent state in January 1993 after Czechoslovakia split into its two constituent parts and entered the EU in 2004. Its total area is 78 866 km² and its total population is 10.5 million people. Its capital is Prague and its currency, the Czech Koruna.

Before World War II, Czechoslovakia was one of the 10 most industrialised states in the world, and the only central European country to remain a democracy until 1938.

Prague is more than 1,000 years old and has a wealth of historic architecture of different styles. Because of this, the city has become a favoured location for many international film makers.

Hills and mountains cover about 95% of the country – ideal for skiing, mountain biking and hill walking.

The Chezch government website, and for tourist information vist the website.