Kvaver Ltd. is the leader in all types of transportation services. Our company provides not only the standard types of freight transportation but also the more complicated ones that require experience in logistics and a wide network of partners. The latter include multimodal, intermodal, and unimodal transportations.

Transport mode combination schemes in cargo transportation

Plane + Truck

Plane + Truck

Vessel + Truck

Vessel + Truck

Vessel + Train

Vessel + Train

Truck + Train

Truck + Train

Truck + Truck

Truck + Truck

*Other options of mode combinations are available.

Multimodal transportations

Multimodal transportations imply cooperation of a number of transport companies that consecutively pass the cargo to each other. Correspondingly, several modes of transport are used in multimodal transportations. The most widely spread multimodal transportation scheme is the transfer of cargo to the place of destination inside the country be means of road transport from rail stations, sea and river ports, or airports. When organizing a multimodal transportation the customer is compelled to work with a number of shipping companies, use different shipping rates and different shipping contracts.

Intermodal transportations

Intermodal transportation also involves the use of multiple modes of transport under a single centralized control agent. The main advantages of intemodal transportations are the need of only one transport document and a single rate. Apart from that, with intermodal transportations one company is accountable for the cargo, thus substantially increasing the level of responsibility in comparison to multimodal transportations, which is a guarantee of the quality and safety of the cargo as well as the compliance with the deadlines.

Unimodal transportations

Unimodal transportation is the easiest mode of transportation. It involves cooperation with one shipping company and the use of a single means of transport, most often by road or rail. Unimodal transportations are most often used for door-to-door operations.