Intermodal Transport

What is Intermodal Transport?

It is the road transportation of loads in a single transport unit and by use of multiple transportation modes, without the load being handled during the process. In other words, intermodal transport consists of using more than one transport vehicle to transport your cargo.

Intermodal transportation is supported by the European Union and is closely followed up and used by global customers in consideration of its ecological benefits.

Depending on the exact delivery location, delivery is made in 8 or 9 days in Germany,

And in 10 to 12 days in the UK.

What Are the Advantages of Intermodal Transport?

* Thanks to this transport model, thousands of hectares of forests are saved every year,

* It is an ecological type of transport, as it causes up to 80% less CO2 emission compared to road transport,

* It provides a fixed price advantage as well as easy control and follow-up thanks to regular loading, transportation and unloading opportunities,

* The most important point is that it allows for a realistic planning by offering fixed transportation times without being affected by weather and road conditions.


Road Transport

Air Transport

Sea Transport

Logistics and Warehousing

Intermodal Transport

Project and Heavy Load Transport

Express Minivan Transport