Using inland navigation in transport logistics can make a major contribution to reducing road network congestion. This mode of transport is particularly suited when they can replace trucks on fixed routes.
Route planning is greatly restricted compared with trucks since they are tied to predefined loading and unloading points. Furthermore, scheduling requires longer lead times in order to compensate for delays.
When using inland navigation, flows of goods should be bundled at the loading point in order to enable this mode of transport to achieve high levels of capacity utilisation.
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