Company Shuttle

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The Company Shuttle unit serves major customers who charter their own trains, thus making sure of capacity at attractive prices. Each company shuttle runs exclusively for one customer, offering guaranteed loading capacities. Transport enterprises with high consignment volumes have 'their own train' – giving them a unique selling proposition on the market.

 

Tailor-made to satisfy highest expectations

The customer is the focal point of the Company Shuttle concept. Based on required route, schedule and frequency, each train is individually arranged to meet the customer’s needs. Together we define the components and the service level based on different configuration options. For example, the package may comprise:

  • wagon rental
  • fleet management
  • terminal services
  • train monitoring and operational control 24/7
  • backup wagons or compositions
  • further added value services, such as positioning of empty equipment, in-plant services, etc.

Integrated order management

Orders are processed efficiently. We install a customised order-to-billing system for each train with effective IT integration between the customer’s ERP software and Hupac’s operating system.

 

Achieving success with a strong partner

Trains are our job. We provide our know-how to ensure that our customers’ trains are an instant success. From purchasing railway services and operational control of the day-to-day business to taking action in case of disruption and wagon management, we act as an interface to the railways and free up our customers to allow them to focus on their core business.

Contact

Renzo
Capanni
Director Company Shuttle and
Director Shuttle Net Southeast
Hupac Intermodal AG
R├╝tistrasse 3
CH-5400 Baden
+41 58 8558080
rcapanni@hupac.com
Michael
Maiocchi
Product Manager Company Shuttle
Hupac Intermodal AG
R├╝tistrasse 3
CH-5400 Baden
+41 58 8558081
mmaiocchi@hupac.com

Hupac Intermodal SA
Viale R. Manzoni 6
CH-6830 Chiasso

T. +41 58 8558800
F. +41 58 8558801

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