cargo-partner launches Europe and Türkiye intermodal solutions

cargo-partner launches intermodal transport solutions throughout Europe and Türkiye

cargo-partner has announced new intermodal services to and from various countries within Europe, including Türkiye, the UK and Ireland.

In response to the ongoing truck driver shortage and frequent road congestion at European borders, cargo-partner has introduced a range of intermodal transport solutions covering a wide network of both EU- and non-EU countries.

The company’s intermodal transport solutions utilise 45-foot pallet-wide containers and 13.6-metre tilt trailers leveraging rail for the main transit leg and ensuring that goods move without transloading between transport modes.

According to cargo-partner, this method not only reduces costs but also minimises environmental impact, with potential CO2 savings of up to 80 per cent compared to conventional trucking solutions.

“The efficiency and reliability of intermodal logistics make it an ideal choice for various industries,” stated Vladislav Kovačovský, Corporate Product Manager Intermodal at cargo-partner.

“Industries such as fashion, electronics, automotive, and general industrial goods benefit significantly from its cost-effectiveness and reduced environmental footprint.”

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The need for such innovative solutions was prompted by current logistical bottlenecks, such as the recent line of trucks at the Hamzabeyli/Kapetan Andreevo border between Türkiye and Bulgaria, reported the company.

cargo-partner’s range of intermodal services includes flexible routing options with frequent departures to and from Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Türkiye as well as Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands. In addition, Belgium and the Netherlands are used as gateways for providing further transport services to the UK and Ireland.

Just recently, cargo-partner extended its partnership with the HHLA Pure programme for another year across its branches in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary.

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