With turnover of EUR 200 billion in 2009, Germany enjoys a market size without compare in Europe. Possessing a state-of-the-art air, rail, water, and autobahn transportation network, Germany is able to provide quick access to domestic and international markets. Thus, it’s hardly surprising that Germany is a global logistics hub. Germany’s dominant share of the European logistics market makes it the most significant player in driving Europe’s economic growth; more goods pass through Germany than through any other European country.
Intermodal traffic terminals – Impressions from the German Freight Villages (Güterverkehrszentren):
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