Arcese strengthens its intermodal network

Arcese’s intermodal network is growing thanks to weekly departures which connect Germany, Benelux, UK and Romania

Recently, Arcese has expanded its intermodal service between Germany and Romania, connecting more efficiently the industrial areas located in Ruhr, Benelux, UK and Scandinavia with those in Romania.
The service includes five weekly departures with a transit time of 5-6 days (the door-to-door) and the chance of loading mega semi-trailers, which can hold a volume of 100 cubic meters and a weight of 25 tons.
The strengthening of this flow is part of the intermodal (road-railway) service development strategy of Arcese Group. In particular, it meets the need to ensure increasingly frequent connections with North-Western and Central Europe. In fact, a growing number of customers is choosing intermodal services, as a reliable but also sustainable transport solution as CO2 emissions can be reduced by over 40%.
Arcese has been developing for years intermodal transport across North-Western and Central Europe. Our consolidated European network and know-how in the management of intermodal flows ensure timely and flexible services, as well as competitive transit times.

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