5 critical points for European intermodal transport
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Intermodal transportation is frequently described as a cornerstone for the green transition. The rail sector uses it as a flagship concept in terms of sustainability, efficiency and competitiveness to long-distance trucking and sea transport. Yet, intermodal transport suffers from low punctuality and effectiveness, creating trust issues for customers and shippers.
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As true as said! (Mr Baan, in particular, did express it very good, etc.)
However, even worse it is.
The 200 year old industry, far too much cares about parts interests – and stuck at the mercy of taxpayers, quantity now is what matters, as within competence of our mandated.
Fact that squats and cracks appear – at simple medium! – is attended, by added grinding, etc., etc….
(80 G, the already at modest speeds plaguing surface of rail, now calls for a sustainable, serious attending, etc.!)