Intermodal transport is becoming more and more popular with clients. The impending shortage of fossil fuels and drivers makes it more appealing to use intermodal transport. A combination of rail and truck transport, in which trucks are used before and after the rail transport, provides a tailored solution for every client who is competitive and environmentally aware. In fact, rail transport has the lowest CO2 emissions per kilogram transported product.
Schavemaker provides intermodal transport to Eastern Europe. Schavemaker uses its own fleet of trucks to provide transport before and after rail transport. In Kąty Wrocławskie, Poland, we have our own rail terminal with warehouses that allow us to provide complete distribution and logistics services. Schavemaker’s intermodal solution makes use of its own 45ft PW HC containers and Huckepack trailers.