As a startup we are looking to find new, more efficient and cheaper possibilities to transport freight by rail and road.
Our new transfer technology is making sure that resources are handelt responsibly. Compared to road haulage CO2 emissions can be reduced by 50% to 80%. With our vision and technology we have committed ourselves to sustainability.
Imagine that your containers can switch from one transport mode to the other as easily as you change from the train into a cab. This is our aspiration.
The complex transfer from rail to road needs to get easier through reduced costs, higher flexibility, without investments in new infrastructure and close to your location. This is what we imagine and are working to achieve – for all of us.
Martin Burkhardt studied industrial engineering in Berlin and worked in leading functions by SBB Cargo as well as by the Rhaetian Railway. He is fascinated by the question how the right ideas can be economically implemented. He spends time biking, skiing, inline skating and running. Furthermore he enjoys classical concerts, paintings and delicious food.
After his apprenticeship as a technical illustrator, Kurt Aregger studied bodywork and vehicle engineering at the polytechnic in Hamburg. He worked as a vehicle engineer for various companies in the field of vehicle and container construction as an developer and draftsman. Usefully combining road and rail by finding logistical functional solution for different types of containers has usually been the emphasis of his work. He is fascinated by technical challenges and by constructing the most simple and most cost-efficient solutions possible.
Veronica Burkhardt studied law with a major in economic law and has worked among other places for the Council of Europe in Strasbourg. After time in Canada and Australia she is furthering her knowledge of economical connections by studying economy and business informatics part-time at the FernUniversität in Hagen.