Guide to acceptance for transport
Coding of loading units
The loading units (semi-trailers, swap bodies, containers) must be technically suitable and approved for road-rail Combined Transport. Such loading units can be identified by the yellow so-called code number plates, which are affixed to each longitudinal side, preferably at the front. Without these identification codes, loading units cannot be accepted for road-rail Combined Transport. This does not apply to ISO-compliant overseas containers. The technical approval and marking of new loading units is not generally a problem. At all events, you should make arrangements with your supplier for new vehicles or containers to be delivered with code number plates already affixed. We would be happy to assist if you wish to approve used loading units for rail transport retrospectively.
Your participation in the kombiPAY30 payment method
The kombiPAY30 payment method is a simplified invoicing procedure for freight and other tariff or contractual receivables arising in connection with the use of services with Kombiverkehr.
Your main advantage is that by participating in the kombiPAY30 payment method, you receive a monthly total invoice for all transports carried out and do not have to pay the transport costs until a later date due to an extended payment term.
Once you have fulfilled all the criteria and given us information on the transport services you require, you will receive a transport approval from us for the route you want. You can then send your shipments with Kombiverkehr. You do not have to be a limited partner of our company in order to enter into a business relationship with Kombiverkehr.
We will be happy to send you further information and notes on the traffic release and the kombiPAY30 payment method.
You will find information sheets with details for the transport acceptance here:
Your guide to acceptance for transport