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Multimodal transportation

The efficiency of multimodal transportation lies in lower delivery mul1costs and minimum transit time. Multimodal transportation is the transportation of goods performed by at least two different means of transport: road, sea, railway, and air. “Road-sea-railway-road” or “road-sea-road” is the most frequently used combination. All transport infrastructures, from terminal to warehouse, are used to perform this type of transportation. Multimodal transportation, while operating in international shipping market, requires highly coordinated actions of all participants mul2involved, and of all transportation process in general. Being an organizer of multimodal transportation, forwarding company "InterLogo" is responsible for the coordination of all stages of the process

"InterLogo", on the bases of a trust-based, business, and contractual relationships, cooperates with the participants of warehousing and transport processes including shipping lines, agents and survey companies, terminal and warehouse operators, port and shipping line administrators, forwarding companies and other participants involved in cargo tracking. 

Depending on the client’s needs and demandsmul3 , "InterLogo" company uses the services of different shipping lines to realize multimodal transportation including package freight.

Our cooperation with leading shipping lines, airlines, railway and road transportation companies, and the presence of highly experienced and competent employees allows us to provide the clients with qualitative and efficient service.