ON THE ROAD
Over the past twenty years, haulage by road has been the cheapest form of transport in relative terms. Toll levies and European legislation, as well as greater environmental awareness and increasing traffic densities are exerting pressure on this leading position. But railways and inland shipping are not always an option.
Road traffic will therefore most certainly retain an important share. Particularly at the start or even more so at the end of the distribution chain. For this reason, the 45ft container is also a familiar sight on the roads.Back to overview