Topic: Combined transport

MegaHub Lehrte intermodal terminal

Zero-carbon and door-to-door is already happening today

Zero-carbon door-to-door transport is already possible today. The secret lies in combined transport, using rail and, only for short distances, trucking. What is needed? CO2-free power generation, full electrification of rail transport, electrical terminal handling...Read more
|Comment|author: Malcolm Ramsay

From smart wagon to smart train in 2022

TX Logistik AG and Mercitalia Intermodal cooperate in a new project aiming to optimise combined transport (CT) operations. The companies will test innovative sensors and communication technologies to make freight wagons used in combined transport...Read more
|Comment|author: Nikos Papatolios

Did the energy crisis help combined transport grow?

The European combined transport sector maintained its upward trajectory this year. During Q3 2021, combined transport scored a 6,18 per cent growth rate despite the generally unfavourable conditions. In contrast, it seems that these conditions...Read more
|Comment|author: Nikos Papatolios
Paskov intermodal terminal in Czechia, source: Advanced World Transport (AWT)

Combined transport scores record high growth

During Q2 of 2021, the European combined transport sector scored a +23,43 per cent growth. The growth percentage compares to the same period last year when the first pandemic related lockdowns and restrictions occurred.Read more
|Comment|author: Nikos Papatolios