What is combined transport?

Combined transport is the transportation of goods in a lorry or load unit (e.g. swap bodies, containers or semi-trailers) where the longest part of the overall route is covered by rail or inland or seagoing vessel, while the other, shortest possible, part is covered by lorry and where the load units rather than the goods themselves are handled when changing modes of transport or the loaded lorries are transported on the railcar or ship.

Your benefits are the:

  • 44-tonne rule
  • low toll charges
  • relieving the strain on roads
  • reducing greenhouse gases
  • optimising working time
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