Truck services are almost unbeatable for the last mile. Trucks can transport goods to almost any place in the world in contrast with ships, which need a connection to the sea or an inland waterway, or rail services, where the network of tracks is not as dense as roads. But it is more cost-effective to use sea-going or inland waterway vessels or railway wagons for long-distance services, bulk commodities or particularly large and heavy items. Planes are the number one exports or imports, which have to be handled particularly fast over large distances. It is our aim to plan the transport chains in such a way that the relevant strengths of the individual modes of transport are used to the best possible degree along the individual sections of the route.