Combined Transport market will have grown by nearly 150 percent between 2009 and 2029.
The 2020 Report on Combined transport provides updated market data and analyses for the past two years, as well as insights on new components which included the pandemic crisis and estimations concerning objectives for the next decade.
More explicitly, combined transport – volumes during this period have increased more than 50 percent, with the key driver being cross-border combined transport, which increased 20 percent between 2017 and 2019.
Combined transport sector has to also deal with some challenges, such as the intense competition on the freight market, comparably low profitability to loss-making business, and little scope for investments in new technologies and innovation.
Combined transport and the environmental impacts; 2021 as the year of rail also needs to include a mental shift that will lead to a modal shift.
More rail freight is needed, and combined transport is an integral part of the solution for encouraging a modal shift and ensuring that rail becomes the backbone of future mobility.
Growth + Change = Opportunity! How are you going to capitalize on the opportunity as a freight broker, agent or dispatcher?!