Balancing shipping cost & speed
Shipping via various modes of transport adds complexity to your supply chain. But efficient combination of multiple means of transport also results in cost-savings, route optimization and shorter transit times. If you are located in a landlocked country or far inland, multimodal transport may be the only option to get your goods to international markets. At Delta Global Solutions, we leverage the advantages of road, rail, sea and air modes to forward your shipments in the most cost-efficient and speedy manner. All under one contract, single point of contact.
To work efficiently, multimodal transport requires efficient logistics coordination between various modes of transport and different carriers. We at Delta Global Solutions act as a single interface between you and multiple carriers and authorities involved in different portions of the shipment’s journey. We manage quotes, bookings, handling, transshipments, tracking and overall management of the entire multimodal transport, all without getting you involved in this exchange. As part of our multimodal transport portfolio, we offer the following services:
Road + sea + rail multimodal transport
FCL & LCL consolidations
Worldwide services from/to Uzbekistan & Central Asia
Global tracking & visibility
Via China to Central Asia
China is an important transit route for shipments originating in China, East Asia (South Korea, Japan) and Southeast Asia. We offer rail transport and/or sea+rail intermodal transport solutions via main rail terminals, including Qingdao, Lianyungang, Shanghai, Xi’an and Zhengzhou.
Via Russia to Central Asia
Trans-Siberian Railway is a rail route running through Russia, effectively linking Russia’s Far East regions to Europe, China and Central Asia / Uzbekistan. Russian Pacific ports of Vladivostok, Nakhodka and Vostochniy represent a good sea+rail multimodal transport alternative to trans-China rail routes, especially to shipments originating from South Korea, Japan and Southeast Asian countries.
Europe to Central Asia
Ports of Poti, Mersin, Novorossiysk are the main gateways for shipments moving from Southearn Europe, Middle East and West Asia to Central Asian Republics or vice versa, switching between transport modes sea + rail + truck. Ports of Riga, Klaipeda and St. Petersburg are better suited for sea shipments originating in Northern Europe and the United States and destined for Central Asia.