Multimodal transport

By using an efficient combination of rail, motor, sea, and air transport we manage to provide the Client with optimal deadlines and carriage costs. Moreover, multimodal transportation allows us to get access to any remote and arduous point of the world. Our company has a very big experience in multimodal cargo transportation, that is why this business area is one of the most important, averaging for more than 50% of all the shipments performed by the Company.

Road transport

Our range of expertise is wide, starting from small parcel shipments and ending with over-dimensioned loads.


We use our own dedicated trucks as well as our partner network all over Europe – who provide us with the right amount of transport units to please our customers.

Ships agency

CF&S is at the service of all ship-owners and charterers in all ports of Latvia 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. Ship-owners and charterers may rely on us for fast and efficient handling of their cargo and ships.

Groupage cargo

The range of our professional activities is very wide – from sending parcel post packages to loading packaged machines.


We use the rolling stock of our own as well as our network of partners throughout the entire Europe and Russia, which provides for a timely service necessary to meet the demands of our customers.

Warehousing & distribution

CF&S operates warehouse in Riga with a good location from logistics point of view – in the vicinity Riga Freeport (2 km) - Bukultu Str. 2.


Warehouse facilities with a total area of about 2 300 m2 are equipped with racks and modern forklifts required for fast loading / unloading of goods as well as for warehousing.


CF&S Estonia New CEO


By mutual agreement CF&S Estonia’s Supervisory Board has decided to withdraw Harri Rästas from the member of the Management Board.

As from 6 February the new CEO and member of the management board of CF&S Estonia is Tiit Arus. In 1990 Tiit graduated the navigation faculty of Tallinn Marine School and in 2008 the business administration faculty of Estonian Business School. In the 90’s Tiit worked in different shipping companies including Tallink and Eckerö Line. After 1998 Tiit worked 5 years in CF&S Estonia as the manager of the liner department. Since 2003 until now Tiit has been active in the managements of the Baltic subsidiaries of the Mann Group – the liner operator of the ro-ro and container vessel services in Europe.

As from 10 February Harri Rästas has been withdrawn from the management board.