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Logistics without limits

REBER about the challenges of a lack of infrastructure in transportation

In a globalized world, where trade takes place across national borders, functioning logistics is crucial.

Unfortunately, however companies like REBER are repeatedly faced with the challenge of missing infrastructure hindering the smooth functioning of transportation.

In the light of one of our recent posts on LinkedIn on this topic, today we would like to take a closer look at the potential losses caused by a deficient infrastructure in logistics. Because in the wake of the adopted CO₂ toll, it would obviously be a considerable advantage to find an infrastructure in our country that would actually enable us to save CO₂.

Entirely in the interests of efficient logistics.


The challenges:

The lack of infrastructure in logistics has far-reaching effects on the transport of goods. Bottlenecks and inefficient processes slow down the flow of goods and increase costs. In addition, inadequate transport routes and a lack of storage capacity can lead to delays.

Our experience with multimodal transport by rail, for example, shows that we have to plan quite differently because it is neither on time nor reliable. This means adding at least one day to the transit times for our containers by rail. And create additional space in the depots to store containers temporarily.

And last but not least, we can only hope that promised delivery dates will be met. All of this makes it difficult to maintain a stable supply chain and negatively affects the competitiveness of companies.

Reason enough to focus on more reliable routes and more developed infrastructure first.


Sustainability potential:

Multimodal transport, which combines the use of different modes of transport such as road, rail and water, offers immense potential for sustainable logistics.

By making optimal use of existing infrastructures, transport routes can be shortened, CO₂ emissions reduced, and resources used efficiently. Exactly in line with REBER's sustainability efforts to use innovative solutions to drive sustainability in the logistics industry.


What next?

As REBER, we face the challenge of missing infrastructure in logistics. Yet, we believe that multimodal transportation can be a key to efficient and environmentally friendly logistics.

With our positioning, to actively shape the world of tomorrow, in mind, we hope to leverage the potential of multimodal transport in the future and lead the logistics industry into a sustainable future.