yellow train surrounded by trees
yellow train surrounded by trees

Nazari Logistics Railway

Europe & Asia Railway

Railway Transport For projects and heavy cargo


" The risk of a rail accident is around 40 times lower than for road transport. This results in a significantly lower failure rate for shipments. And with the few accidents on rail, there is also less risk of total loss, which frequently occurs after accidents with trucks on the road. "

Safe & Secure

" Furthermore, there is a lower risk of theft. There are very practical reasons for this: trucks in parking lots are easier for thieves to reach and, above all, easier to unload than freight cars in the rail bed. You cannot simply park next to the wagons and reload containers. "

Air Freights

" Rail is sustainable – compared with trucks, it produces only about one-fifth of the emissions per kilometer traveled and ton transported. At the same time, due to its largeer cargo capacity, it is efficient, mostly punctual, and ideal for intermodal use in combination with road freight. And: the risk of an accident and a resulting total loss is comparatively low. "

"Construction sites and unforeseeable incidents occur with every means of transport. On rail lines, signals can fail or track switches can be disrupted. At least trains cannot get stuck in sudden traffic jams like road freight, because line capacities are regulated by timetables. Therefore, short-term delays are rarer"

Advantages of railway



"Standardized containers and trailers can be transported both by road and rail. This dispenses with the need for time-consuming reloading. The containers or trailers are simply lifted from the train onto the truck or vice versa. Transloading between freight trains and container ships is also quick if the port infrastructure is adequate. The intermodal potential compensates for the disadvantage that not every industrial park has a rail connection"

Railway Cons

black and red train near trees


Overview of Rail Freight

" Rail freight is fast, reliable, and much more environmentally friendly than ocean or air freight. However, it’s not without its setbacks. Routes are still quite limited."

"and with an increase in rail traffic in the past few years, making sure you have enough containers at all times can be tricky. Plus, there’s the added stress of repositioning your equipment empty "