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Combined freight transport on the road/sea/rails

We see our task as providing sustainable and trend-setting transport logistics. We therefore organise our strategies, processes and structures within the entire network based on the available resources, their performance and their efficiency. In keeping with the times and the demands, we transport almost 65 percent of the entire transport volume to and from the Middle East intermodally. Our goal is the further development of such transport, as well as the optimal networking of the existing transport routes and carriers.

Road / sea (roll-on/roll-off ferries)

We offer intermodal processing routes as ecological and economical alternatives. In the financial year 2011, Coban Tur / Boltas transported 3,960 roll-on/roll-off units between Europe and Turkey. We therefore managed to avoid 11 million kilometres of land transport in one year. The ferry as a mode of transport still generates the lowest emissions overall. Ferry transport between Italy and Turkey saves 3,000 kilometres of land travel and the associated environmental pollution and costs. In addition, the effort also pays off economically. This is in keeping with the times and ferry transport has therefore been a part of our business concept for over a decade now.

Road / Rail

With the establishment of our Krefeld branch, we are now even closer to the intermodal processes on the rails. Daily departures from Duisburg station to Istanbul can therefore be supervised even more effectively. For this purpose, we use our own large-capacity swap bodies. Alongside the common 45"HC containers, we have a further 40 SWAP bodies at our disposal. These offer the possibility of side loading as well as the positive qualities of a common container. At the same time, there is a capacity of up to 26 tonnes.

The implementation of additional points of departure for our intermodal rail shipments is currently in progress. We will keep you continuously up to date on the progress of this.


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