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REMOVALS TO DENMARK

International relocations can be challenging, but moving your belongings is one part of the process that we can make simple.  

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At Matthew James Removals, we have decades of local knowledge and industry experience to handle your relocation needs, wherever in Denmark you choose to move. Our complete service can handle all the logistics of your removal to Denmark and help you to enjoy your move.  

With three generations of experience, services which can cover every tricky aspect of your move and a customised vehicle fleet which goes to Scandinavia every two weeks, you can be sure you’re in the most capable hands for your removals to Denmark or your removal back from Denmark. 

Reasons to relocate to Denmark with Matthew James…

  • Range of tailored services
  • Depots in Madrid, Barcelona & Costa del Sol
  • Weekly moving services
  • Dedicated team of professionals
  • Door-to-door care
  • Years of local knowledge
  • 3 Generations of experience
  • Customised vehicle fleet
  • Bespoke crating
  • IAM, ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 accredited
  • Superior quality packing materials
  • All loads inventoried by our own staff
  • Meticulous attention to detail

AVAILABLE SERVICES TO EUROPE

EUROPEAN SHARED

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EUROPEAN PREMIUM

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EUROPEAN DEDICATED

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AVAILABLE SERVICES TO EUROPE

EUROPEAN SHARED

Denmark

EUROPEAN PREMIUM

Denmark

EUROPEAN DEDICATED

Denmark

CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT OUR SHARED, PREMIUM AND DEDICATED SERVICES TO EUROPE …

Expats moving to Denmark can expect to experience a country rich in history and culture, unending coastlines and a better work-life balance. Despite being a relatively small nation – having a population of just over 5.7 million people – Denmark is widely considered to be one of the happiest countries in the world. Danes can boast at topping the list in many metrics of national performance, including social mobility, income inequality and per capita income. Expats relocating to Denmark can also benefit from its world-class healthcare, education and economic programs, envied and emulated around the world for their superiority.

Fortnightly services to Denmark

At Matthew James Removals we offer fortnightly removals to Denmark, throughout the year. From dedicated removals to shared-loads or even single items, we offer a service to meet your requirements. Our expertise, know-how, local knowledge and specialist vehicles make us the obvious choice for moving to Denmark and throughout Europe.

Recognition

Our company has been accredited to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001. We are members of IAM (International Association of Movers), the world’s largest trade association for the global moving industry.

Our storage facilities in Europe

All of our depots in the UK and Spain offer fully containerised storage facilities in modern and secure warehouses. Shared-loads are consolidated at our depots in the UK and Spain for onwards transport to Denmark and beyond.

Insurance

Your consignment is automatically covered up to £50,000 for total loss in the event of unforeseen circumstances such as a fire or flood. In addition to this we can arrange a full-cover insurance policy via our brokers upon request.

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Denmark consistently ranks as one of the happiest countries in the world. With a rich history and culture, unending coastlines and an excellent work-life balance, it is no surprise that Denmark is a popular destination for British ex-pats.  

Despite having a population of under 6 million people, Denmark tops the list in many metrics of national performance, including social mobility, income inequality and per capita income.  

Expats relocating to Denmark can also benefit from its world-class healthcare, education and economic programs, envied and emulated around the world for their superiority.  

Removals to Denmark 

 Danish society is known for its high quality of life, its strong sense of community, and its innovative and forward-thinking approach. The friendly culture and large ex-pat community make it a great destination to relocate to from the UK. 

 Expat life in Denmark 

Ex-pats moving from the UK to Denmark can expect to find a welcoming and open society. Danes are known for their friendliness and helpfulness, and they value a good work-life balance and a sense of humour. 

The country’s strong welfare state provides a safety net that offers ex-pats peace of mind, while its high taxes fund generous social benefits such as free healthcare and free education. 

Denmark is also an attractive destination for ex-pats due to its strong economy and low unemployment rate. The country is home to a number of world-class companies, and its capital, Copenhagen, is a hub for start-ups and innovative businesses. Ex-pats moving from the UK to Denmark site the healthy work-life balance and high wages as major pull factors. 

Overall, Denmark is an excellent choice for ex-pats looking for a high quality of life, a strong ex-pat community along with a friendly social culture, and plentiful opportunities for personal and professional development.  

Travelling in Denmark 

Denmark is perfectly located to visit a plethora of fantastic destinations. It is the southernmost country in Scandinavia and borders Germany to the south and Sweden to the northwest. The Skagerrak Strait separates it from Norway, and the sea routes between the countries offer stunning scenery. 

Even travelling within the country is a fascinating experience. Denmark consists of a peninsula mainland, Jutland, as well as an archipelago of over 400 islands. The largest of these islands is the North Jutlandic Island, Funen and Zealand, where the Danish capital, Copenhagen, is located. The islands are home to a variety of different landscapes and attractions, from sandy beaches to forests. The island of Kattegat, midway between Jutland and Sweden, is even home to Northern Europe’s largest desert. 

Denmark also comprises two other autonomous countries, the Faroe Islands and Greenland. These give Denmark a total landmass of over 850,000 square miles. 

Weather in Denmark 

Denmark has very mild weather and a similar climate to the UK, with average temperatures ranging from 0°C to 20°C.  

However, it can get quite cold in the winter, with temperatures dipping below freezing. Snow is not uncommon in Danish winters, especially in the north of the country. Summers in Denmark are sunny and warm, with highs of up to 30°C.  

Like the UK, Denmark has a temperate climate. However, he country enjoys almost half the amount of annual rainfall seen in the UK. However, rain in Denmark is frequent enough to keep summers mild and the Danish countryside lush and healthy while still feeling much less damp than in the UK. 

 Speaking Danish 

86% of Danes are fluent in English, meaning that British ex-pats can get by easily without knowing Danish.  

However, learning a little Danish can make it easier to settle in and make friends, and will also show your commitment to integrating into Danish society. It can also help your job prospects in Denmark. 

Danish is surprisingly similar to English, and many ex-pats say that learning some Danish has felt natural and easy. There are many resources available to help you learn Danish, both online and offline, so it should not be too difficult to pick up the basics. Even learning a few key phrases can make a big difference to your experience of living in Denmark, and Danes are always happy to help others learn their language. 

Working in Denmark 

Working in Denmark generally comes with a high level of satisfaction – not only do Danish employees enjoy some of the highest wages in Europe, but they also have among the shortest workweeks. In addition, most residents of Denmark feel a strong sense of job security, as the country boasts a low unemployment rate and high levels of labour market flexibility. 

Moving from the UK to Denmark  

Since Denmark is in the Schengen Area, British citizens can stay in Denmark visa-free for up to 90 days. However, if you want to move to Denmark from the UK for longer than this, there are a few things you need to do before your removals to Denmark. 

You will first need to obtain a Danish residence permit. You can do this by applying for one at a Danish embassy, or even before moving to Denmark at a consulate in the UK.  

Once you have obtained a residence permit, you will need to find a place to live in Denmark. There are a few options for finding housing in Denmark, including renting an apartment, finding a room in a shared apartment, or living in a student residence hall. Once you have found a place to live, you will need to register your address with the Danish government.  

 Finally, ex-pats moving from the UK to Denmark will need to obtain a Danish work permit if they wish to work. You can do this yourself, or, alternatively, give your employer permission to apply for you. 

While there are now more steps involved in moving from the UK to Denmark than there were before Brexit, Denmark has one of the most organised, streamlined and simple visa processes in the world. Additionally, the Danish government site for visa applications offers extensive information in English. 

 With its high wages, flexible economy and high standard of living it is no real surprise that Denmark is quickly becoming a popular destination for Brits looking to relocate for a better life abroad. If you are planning to move to Denmark from the UK, ensure that your move is simple and smooth by choosing Matthew James Removals for all your removals needs. 

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POPULAR PLACES TO LIVE IN DENMARK

Copenhagen – Aarhus – Aalborg – Odense – Helsingør – Herning – Roskilde – Billund – Kolding

The below areas are also within our relocation and removal service areas;

Vejle – Frederiksberg – Viborg – Silkeborg – Fåborg – Esbjerg – Fredericia – Hirtshals – Ribe – Dragø – Ærøskøbing – Hornbæk – Ebeltoft – Sorø – Maribo – Skagen

 

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