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Naviland Cargo offers a full range of transport solutions for shipping sea containers, swap bodies and tank containers across Europe.

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Naviland Cargo is a European leader in combined sea transport, serving customers as a transport operator and freight forwarder.  

This RLE subsidiary blends rail with road and/or barge transport, tapping its own resources and a network of subcontractors to create a single, seamless logistics chain and deliver the full range of transport solutions.

Its primary focus is transport and logistics for:

  • sea containers
  • swap bodies
  • tank containers

Naviland Cargo ships your cargo on trains open to all customers, or on dedicated trains as needed.

Naviland Cargo : Transport combiné maritime

Eco-friendly, sustainable logistics solutions

At SNCF, we’re increasingly focused on cutting CO2 emissions and offering clean transport options. 

Naviland Cargo’s combined transport services provide solutions that are sustainable, with significant reductions in energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.

Optimized network

Naviland Cargo’s transport plan incorporates all of the major ports in France and Europe, including:

  • Le Havre
  • Marseille
  • Fos
  • Antwerp 
  • Rotterdam 

From the ports, your cargo travels to the economic and industrial hubs of Paris, Lyon, Strasbourg, Toulouse, Bordeaux and Lille.

Naviland Cargo’s comprehensive offer

Naviland Cargo’s comprehensive offer

The infographic contains a map showing a portion of Western Europe, from the Netherlands to Italy and from France to Germany.

On the left is the map, with lines depicting the Naviland Cargo network and its 18 connected terminals. On the right is a map legend defining each symbol: 

  • A purple circle for a Naviland Cargo-owned combined rail-road terminal with fleet management operations
  • A green circle for a partner terminal/port facility
  • A truck pictogram for NAVITRUCKING operations
  • A red triangle for NAVIPARC fleet preparation & repair
  • Dotted lines for road-rail transport plans
  • Thin lines for rail transport plans
  • Thick lines for sales regions
  • X5 for number of rail return journeys per week

From west to east and north to south, the routes shown are as follows: 

  • From the Port of Strasbourg, a thin line runs to the green circle at Antwerp. From there, two dotted lines run to 1) the port of Rotterdam (green circle) and 2) Zeebrugge (green circle).
  • From the Port of Strasbourg, a thin line runs to the purple circle/red triangle at Dijon Gevrey (linked to the green circle at Chavornay by a dotted line). From Dijon Gevrey, a double line continues to Lyon (purple circle/red triangle), where one branch goes to Marseille (green circle) and the other to Fos-sur-Mer (purple circle). Lyon is also linked to Clermont -Ferrand (purple circle) by a dotted line.
  • From Dijon Gevrey (purple circle and red triangle), a thin line runs to Valenton (purple circle/red triangle) and continues to the port of Le Havre (green circle). The red triangle at Valenton is linked to the green circle at Rennes by a thin line. 
  • Antwerp is linked to Lille by a dotted line, and a thin line runs from Lille to Valenton (purple circle/red triangle).
  • From Fos-sur-Mer (purple circle), a thin line runs to Toulouse (purple circle/red triangle) and then continues to Bordeaux (purple circle/red triangle) and then to Valenton (purple circle/red triangle).

The map also includes truck pictograms at: 

  • Rotterdam
  • Antwerp
  • Duisburg
  • Strasbourg
  • Lyon
  • Fos-sur-Mer
  • Le Havre
  • Valenton
  • Dijon Gevrey
  • Clermont-Ferrand
  • Bordeaux