Scanlog is a Scandinavian-owned logistics company specializing in international transport by air, truck, rail and sea. We are passionate about Responsible Logistics – focused on cost-efficiency, reduced environmental impact and customer service beyond expectations. Welcome to a loving company!
We always carbon offset all air transport
at no extra cost to our clients.
Fast and flexible ground transport
for import as well as export goods.
We offer all types of rail transport – for both
import and export goods.
We handle sea transport to
and from every continent – all in accordance with your shipping needs.
Ship clearance and logistics solutions for onward transport and trans-shipment.
How we work
Scanlog’s work is characterized by maximum cost efficiency, minimal environmental impact and high quality. We call it Responsible Logistics.
Everyone at Scanlog treats customers, suppliers and colleagues with care and professionalism. Every day. No exceptions.
We take full responsibility for the entire transport chain - through dense forests and over stormy seas.
Maximum cost efficiency
Minimal environmental impact
Scanlog launches new strategy to become a sustainable company
January 24, 2024
The situation in the Red Sea
January 16, 2024
Scanlog joins the UN Global Compact
October 19, 2023
Scanlogs clients can now fly fossil-free
May 11, 2023
Lars Lerstorp new Commercial Director Rail & Road at Scanlog
March 24, 2023
Important information on new toll taxes (Maut) in Germany
We would like to draw your attention to upcoming changes regarding Maut that will have consequences for transportation within Europe from the end of 2023.
The German government has decided to increase the road tolls (MAUT) in Germany, which includes transports to and from Germany as well as transit to other countries.
From 1 December 2023, there will be an increase of 83% per kilometer. This means an increase of 0.158 € cents per kilometer, which will be added to the current rates for transport by car through Germany.
There will be further changes to the toll from 2024-07-01, when vehicles between 3.5 tons and 7.5 tons will also be covered. Today, the MAUT only applies to 7.5-ton vehicles and heavier.
Other countries, such as Austria, the Czech Republic and Hungary, are also reviewing their charges for e.g. road taxes. We will return with more information about this when a decision is made.