Estonia has all prerequisites to be the logistic centre of Northern Europe, being surrounded by a market of 300 million people. By using the local logistics companies, distribution centres, industrial parks and infrastructure it is possible to get from Estonia to all consumers within just 48 hours.
Viljandi County is therefore located at the most favourable place for international logistics business.
Tallinn-Tartu-Luhamaa highway and the international transport corridors – Via Estica, the Riga-Pskov highway and Riga-St. Petersburg railway – are Estonia’s main channels of transportation and logistics. There is also the Estonian-Russian border crossing point at Luhamaa and Tartu Airport is located nearby.
At the moment there are two service providers (Collade OÜ and Association of Estonian International Road Carriers) operating in the immediate vicinity of the border and providing services directly connected to border crossing.