Karl Schauer, director at LKW WALTER, held a gripping keynote at this year’s Future Lab. The main topics were development, sustainability and the future of combined transport. At this point, for LKW WALTER it’s all about a sustainable, well-performing supply chain, which allows an efficient interaction between transport and the environment.
Sometimes an idea becomes a concept. And if such a concept meets the needs of many people, then it is capable of transforming the whole industry. From the very beginning of combined transport in the 80’s, LKW WALTER was convinced that it could change the way we talk about transport. Even though this pioneering work was tough, combined transport has since proved to be a promising and suitable solution to many challenges at hand. Therefore, we took our chance and used this year’s Future Lab at the Austrian Logistiktag 2021 to talk extensively about combined transport and its potential for reducing CO2 emissions. One of the keynotes was held by Karl Schauer, who shared his extensive experience with the audience. /p>
„In 2021 we are going to manage more than 500,000 loads with combined transport, after 458,000 in 2020.”