Rail Container Transport
Rail freight transport is the use of railroads and trains to transport cargo as opposed to human passengers.
A freight train or goods train is a group of freight cars (US) or goods wagons (UIC) hauled by one or more locomotives on a railway, transporting cargo all or some of the way between the shipper and the intended destination as part of the logistics chain.
Trains may haul intermodal containers. Usually we can use it as part of sea freight supply chain to transport sea containers from sea port to final inland destination or only railway transport in containers when we can load containers at shipper place.
Efficient supply chain
Intermodal transportation is actually one of the top five trends impacting the transportation industry today. For the past couple of years, the transportation industry has been hit with driver shortages, increased demand, shrinking truck capacity and increased fuel prices. This is forcing shippers who would otherwise refrain from using multiple modes of transportation to rethink their logistic strategies.
Intermodal transportation also provides shippers more access to equipment and standardized transit schedules. This translates into reliability, capacity and safety advantages. As companies move their freight to intermodal, they will also be able to streamline their reverse logistics and increase control of their supply chain management.
- Cost savings
- Environmental benefits,
- Highway safety results.
- More predictable pricing.
We mostly use it on routes:
-China - Poland- already 11 origin places in China with TT - 14 days
-sea port Gdynia / Gdansk to inland terminals on south of Poland for saving cost or for very heavy cargo.
- All railways connection China - Poland/Germany
- We can use it to Kazahstan,Tajikistan, Uzbekistan etc
- Containers let you deliver cargo door-to-door without reloading cargo
- Greater Capacity