Multimodal Transport (also known as combined transport) is the transportation of goods under a single contract, but performed with at least two different means of transport.
Standard logistics practice denotes multimodal transportation not only as a combination of a few ways of transportation like air, sea, road or rail, but also, coalesce entire logistics infrastructure like terminals, consolidated warehouses, sea and air ports etc. With the association of long-term partners and contacts We are able to deploy multimodal transportation solutions in terms feasibility and cost effectiveness.
We offer the following services of multimodal freight transportation:
|Air-Sea||Ideal for West Africa to Airfreight to South Europe & Sea freight to West Africa & South America / Caribbean|
|Air-Land||Airfreight to Transshipment station and then trucking to final destinations|
|Sea-Air||One of the oldest multimodal solutions where goods are shipped to a transshipment station and then Uplifted|
|Sea-Land||Excellent solution for inland destinations where goods are shipped to the closest port to destination then Trucked to destination|
|Sea-Rail||Best solution for Caspian destinations when it needs to arrive via Black sea so goods are shipped to Poti/Georgia and then railed to destination|
|Land-Sea||Such as Trucking from The Middle East to the Mediterranean and then Shipping worldwide|
|Land-Air||In the Hub age Airfreight of out of gage equipment can be only uplifted on specific aircrafts so goods are pre-carried by trucks to Airport of departure then uplifted by Air to destination|
|Rail-Sea||For import from Caspian stations Goods railed into the Black sea port of Poti/Georgia and then shipped to destination|