Best connections for the industry
Companies seeking to be successful in competitive international markets depend on reliable and efficient logistics. As a global logistics partner with over 140 years of experience in the industry, we can give you a tangible competitive advantage.
All along the industrial value chain, we cover a broad range of sub-industries: We offer transport and logistics solutions for raw material and industrial products, for example for timber, pulp & paper and agricultural goods industries. In addition, we are a reliable partner for the engineering industry. Our portfolio includes logistics services for whole machinery, components and spare parts for manufacturers of engines, turbines, construction & mining equipment, agricultural & farming equipment, machine tools and many more.
Our specialist staff in vertical markets, industry sectors and at our competence center works with you to develop reliable, efficient logistics solutions. Based on our industry know-how and proved best practices, we create lean, stable and safe processes, and give you the support you need to achieve your goals.
With our global transportation networks – for road, air, ocean and rail freight – and our expertise in contract logistics, we can fine tune your supply chain to optimum effect. For rail freight we offer intermodal and specialized transportation both in single freight cars and block trains – with specialized equipment to meet the requirements of specific industries.
We also offer customized logistics services such as warehousing, commissioning, fulfillment, spare parts centers and distribution by means of our Railport system, made up by more than 100 multi-functional and inter-sectorial rail logistics centers in Europe. For global visibility and control, you benefit from the latest IT solutions. With our Eco-solutions, eco-friendly transportation is also available.
We offer a broad range of flexible and tailor-made transport and logistics solutions, tailored exactly to the needs of your sector. Some examples are:
Last modified: 23.03.2016