Part loads

Efficient freight management

Our part load service (LTL) offers you the opportunity to bundle your freight efficiently in order to make optimum use of the available loading space. By sharing the loading space with other consignments, you reduce your transport costs and maximize your efficiency.

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Definition of a partial load

If you need a little more

If your consignment occupies more than 6 pallet spaces, weighs less than 3 tons and does not fill a complete trailer, we speak of partial consignments.

Your advantages
of part loads

By bundling freight, you save costs and help to reduce emissions. We optimize your shipments so that you do not have to pay unnecessary costs for unused cargo space. Whether small quantities or irregular shipments. We will provide you with the most economical solution for your part loads.

Cost efficiency
We optimize your shipments so that you don't have to pay unnecessary costs for unused cargo space.
Benefit from flexible collection and delivery options.
By bundling partial loads into a complete load, we reduce journeys and minimize environmental impact, which helps to reduce CO2 emissions.

Flexible usability

Our fleet offers numerous options for getting your shipment to its destination.

Customized transports
High freight space availability
No matter how large or small your partial load is, we have sufficient capacity.
Direct local and long-distance transport
Efficiency and flexibility describe our direct transports, in the vicinity or throughout Europe.
Crossover traffic
We reduce empty runs and thus emissions with our return transports.
Delivery with lifting platform
Safe loading and unloading of goods without additional personnel or equipment.
Transparent tracking
With us, you can keep an eye on the status of your shipment at all times.
Fixed contact person
More planning reliability with proactive information about your shipment.

What you should know about part loads.

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Part loads at freight forwarders, also known as LTL (Less than Truckload), are transports in which a customer's freight does not fill the entire truck. Instead, several customers share the truck capacity for their smaller shipments. This is cost-efficient, but requires more complex logistics planning.

If your shipment takes up more than seven pallet spaces or 10 loading meters, we calculate it as a partial load.

Securing freight for part loads is achieved through appropriate packaging, load securing systems and careful planning. It is important to ensure that combined shipments are transported safely and efficiently to prevent damage.


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