Nunner is partner in Logwin’s worldwide network and in the Project Cargo Network. With 125 locations moving huge numbers of TEU we offer reliable, flexible and cost efficient services from anywhere to everywhere in the world.



Nunner is partner in Logwin’s worldwide network. With 125 locations moving huge numbers of TEU  we offer reliable, flexible and cost efficient FCL services from anywhere to everywhere in the world. Due to our stable volumes and excellent connections with the major carriers, our central purchasing  is able to  negotiate best rates and to obtain space guarantees, also in peak seasons, when the containers of our competitors stay on the quay. For expensive and vulnerable cargo’s we are able to have priority for loading underdeck.

Nunner operates frequent shortsea services between Belgian, Dutch and German ports on one side and the Baltic and Iberian ports on the other side. These provide prompt connections with the deep-sea services to and from Asia and North & South America



Nunner puts a lot of effort in developing and maintaining a highly effective consolidation system for the LCL market. We provide both traditional LCL services and multi-vendor buyers’ consolidations via our gateway-warehouses.  We serve most destinations worldwide once a week. All our services are backed up by a range of web based IT solutions, providing complete visibility of freight in transit.



To avoid problems such as cargo overflow or wastage of space, it is essential for shippers to have a stuffing plan before cargo is loaded into the container. If you feel uncomfortable to load yourself Nunner can pick up the cargo by truck wherever in the world and tranship it in a container and stuff it inline with safety- and insurance regulations. Hereunder Nunner provides you with some basic facts that may help you in your calculations and planning.


Generally speaking, a 20′ container can hold as much as 28-30 cbm or 980-1,060 cu.ft., while a 40′ can hold about 56-60 cbm or 1,980-2,110 cu.ft. The actual loading Internal Capacity of a container depends not only on the dimensions of the carton boxes but also on many other factors such as the packaging material and the competence and experience of the stuffing personnel.

Besides the cargo’s measurement, the stuffing plan should also take the weight into consideration.
It is important to note that in many countries the permissible weight limits for road and rail transportation are lower than the maximum payload a container can afford.

Use of Pallets
Palletization is widely applied in some countries to increase cargo handling efficiency. When pallets are used, it is important to observe that :

  • There are two major types of pallets, “Europallet” and standard pallets. The size of the “Europallets” is 800mm x 1,200mm per piece while the size of standard pallets is 1,000mm x 1,200mm per piece. A 20′ container can hold eleven “Europallets” in one tier or nine to ten standard pallets in one tier while a 40′ container can hold 23-24 “Europallets” in one tier or 20-21 standard pallets in one tier.
  • Wooden pallets must be strong enough to allow storage of three tiers when loaded.
  • Carton boxes must not overhang the edges of the pallets. On the other hand, boxes which utilize less than 90% of the pallet surface and do not align with the pallet edge can shift in transit.

In many cases, pallets are replaced by slipsheets to save space. some shippers use neither pallets or slipsheets in order to stuff more cargo into the container.



Global compliance and security is necessary to avoid untimely delays and potential fines. Nunner meets the need for global compliance with all standards and regulations affecting the movement of cargo.

Nunner is certified as an Authorised Economic Operator (AEO). This AEO certification is a major component of the EU’s initiative on customs security. The aim is to securely organize and protect all supply chains from threats. Recognized AEO’s are considered as particularly reliable and trustworthy. Among other things, they have the possibility of obtaining approval for customs processes throughout the EU without having to undergo renewed certfication.



Together with their fellow Project Cargo Network overseas offices, Nunner can handle the transportation of oversized and heavy items or shipments that consist of complex components that must be disassembled, shipped and then reassembled.

Project Cargo Network (PCN) is an organisation established to provide a networking platform for the world’s top project cargo specialists.