FLEXIWAGGON

The FlexiWaggon the fastest route to an ECO-friendly future

ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS

Coming to terms with environmental issues within the transport sector is one of the greatest challenges on the global market. A reduction in the emissions of carbon dioxide within this sector will make quite a difference; a difference possible to measure from the very first freight load. The technological solution is available and the market demands the product.

The environmental benefits of the FlexiWaggon are many and important. The greatest benefits relate to reducing the emissions of carbon dioxide but there are many more. There is less wear on the roads, reduction of the noice pollution,the emissions of exhaust and tire particles are reduced and maybe the most important – the solution contributes to improving road safety.

The climatic change is a topic of high priority for politicians all over the world and the means of control for reducing the emissions of carbon dioxide will be influencing the global economy; the emissions trading scheme is one example hereof. The markets and companies that invest in green technology such as the FlexiWaggon, will be in leading positions, attain unique status and have strong arguments when marketing the companies and the brands.

FlexiWaggon AB ©(publ)enjoys the support of the Swedish Government, the Swedish Energy Agency, The Swedish transport administration,Swedish Rail Administration and transport companies such as the Swedish Association of Road Haulage Companies. The World Wildlife Fund,German research institutes and Dutch authorities support our work within Europe.

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Diesel driven lorry
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Bio Diesel driven lorry
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Eco Driving of diesel truck
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Transported with the FlexiWaggon

Emissions of carbon dioxide A lorry emits 2.7 kg carbon dioxide per litre of diesel. This means that a lorry driving across Sweden, between Malmö and Luleå emits 1.9 tons of carbon dioxide. A train with FlexiWaggons will accommodate for 28 lorries on this same route (750 m train length). This would result in a saving in carbon dioxide of approximately 40 tons between these cities.

SOCIAL ECONOMIC ANALYSIS

During the summer of 2017, the Swedish Transport Administration has commissioned VTI to conduct a socio-economic analysis on the FlexiWaggon trolley. The assignment is now complete and the report can now be read in its entirety in the attached documents.

MIKAEL FJÄLLSTRÖM THE SWEDISH ENERGY AGENCY

“The benefits for the national economy with FlexiWaggon are numerous. The emissions will be reduced by 75%, including carbon dioxide emissions” says Mikael Fjällström, the Swedish Energy Agency. The amount of traffic on the roads will diminish and since FlexiWaggon has no need for special loading and unloading facilities, the transport work will be more flexible.

TRANSPORT ECONOMY

FLEXIWAGGON AB © (publ) OFFERS A WIN–WIN SOLUTION

FlexiWaggon AB © (publ) offers a win–win solution. Besides the obvious needs of society to use the railway to a higher extent for the transportation of goods, the business potentials for the railway operators and haulage companies are enormous.
Calculations show that The FlexiWaggon makes it possible for the haulage companies to increase their margins by reducing the consumption of fuel, service, maintenance and the cost of drivers. When opting for the railway as the means of transport, the haulage companies can lower the capital expenses and achieve major synergies including lower costs for stock-keeping.

Schedule accordingly

Schedule your transportation according to time tables and stops for planed routes

7 Minutes

Fast, easy and efficient transhipments of cargo in only 7 minutes and is driver operated

Easy load and unload

Easy to load and unload – the lorry can travel on the waggon with or without the driver

Clear tracks

No disruption to traffic on parallel tracks, freeing up space for simultaneous loading and unloading

Self Generating Electricity

Generators provide electricity onboard: 110/240/400 volt 50-60Hz, for cooling units or engine heaters. Providing its own power source

No need for personnel

Individual loading and unloading of waggons can be done by driver alone