Topic: Combined transport

Rostock Port rail volumes keep growing

The Rostock Port continues to experience positive developments in combined transport (CT) this year. In the first half of 2022, more than 64,000 intermodal loading units were handled, marking a 4 per cent increase compared...Read more
|1 comment|author: Marco Raimondi
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