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An exclusive partnership between Move Intermodal and Scania

 

Move Intermodal’ search for a new truck supplier started by evaluating numerous criteria. This was done to determine which company would be the best fit for Move. This resulted in an exclusive cooperation with Scania for the next three years. Good for an investment of 150 trucks in the various European branches. CEO Luc Driessen explains.

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Let’s Celebrate Synchromodality

In 2021, Move Intermodal celebrates it’s 10th anniversary. To celebrate this milestone we designed a special edition livery for our brand new swap bodies. The design is applied on 10 of the 100 brand new coil swap bodies, recently delivered by our partner Kässbohrer. Soon you can spot this beautiful design on the road, rail or water.

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Kässbohrer and Move Intermodal pave the way for more efficient coil transportation

Move Intermodal new coil swap body

Kässbohrer and Move Intermodal concentrated on creating more efficient coil transportation which resulted in the only light coil swap body with 45ft length: K. SWAU CC. Designed and engineered by Kässbohrer to meet Move Intermodal’s operational needs and sustainability goals of the industry, K. SWAU CC paves the way for more efficient coil transportation.

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Top 3 in Truck Safety Award 2015

Top 3 in Truck Safety Award 2015

The safety of transport operations is a key component for fleet management at Move Intermodal. The active safety policy is designed around training of employees (drivers, but also staff at the office), the equipment of our trucks and total awareness of the need for safe operations throughout the entire company.

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Move Intermodal increases flexibility and quality of fleet

Move Intermodal Huckepacktrailer

Move Intermodal is continuously investing to let it’s fleet of load units comply with the highest market standards. To permanently realize this engagement, 25 new 13,60 meter Huckepacktrailers, type P385 manufactured by Krone, will be taken into service in the next few weeks. For the higher P400 type the railway capacity throughout Europe is very limited. Therefore Move Intermodal remains flexible, with the P385 type, in shipping units by train.

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