Cargobeamer to go the extra mile

Multimodal logistics company Cargobeamer is to offer a first and last-mile road service for semi-trailers to and from the terminals in its network from the second quarter of 2023. It says the integrated drayage solution will make intermodal more accessible for existing and new customers and allow transport companies to tackle the shortage of truck drivers by optimizing their utilization. The drayage service will be offered in northern Italy, western ... [+]

CargoBeamer offers all-German option

Intermodal operator CargoBeamer has added a six times a week service between Kaldenkirchen and the port city of- Rostock, its first route exclusively in Germany. Transit time is 18 hours and the service offers connections by ferry to Denmark, Finland, Lithuania, and Sweden. To the south, there are connections to ... [+]

CargoBeamer operates Marseille/Calais test train

Intermodal operator CargoBeamer has run a test trailer carrying train between Marseille and Calais, the first ever it says. It carried 28 craneable and non-craneable unaccompanied semi-trailers using both CargoBeamer-railcars and twin pocket wagons. In Marseille, the train was handled CMA-CGM’s Marseille Manutention Ro-Ro Terminal, Managing director of CargoBeamer intermodal operations, ... [+]

CargoBeamer to make own rail wagons

CargoBeamer, which operates a novel road-rail transfer system in Europe, is to start making  its own wagons. A site in Erfurt, central Germany will produce 500 units per year from early 2023. [+]

New chief exec for CargoBeamer

Intermodal operator CargoBeamer has appointed Nicolas Albrecht as its new chief executive.  Albrecht joined the executive board of the company in January 2020 as chief business development officer. CargoBeamer has developed a proprietary system that allows all types of semi-trailers to be transported by train. [+]

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