Ökombi Österreichische Gesellschaft für kombinierten
Güterverkehr Ges.m.b.H & Co KG, Wien (AT)
Based on the initial idea of Austrian private transport business, ÖKOMBI
was founded in 1983. The company's main objective is to organise combined
transport chains from, to and through Austria and offers two business
fields to their clients:
> accompanied transport (Rolling Road) with more than 1.500
fix places a day on 4 axes, the most important one is the Brenner - axes
with the connections Manching - Brenner and Wörgl - Verona, where
2002 more than 142.000 trucks have been transported. In total the rolling
road showed 367.115 shipments.
> unaccomanied transport, where 2002 out of totally 327.160
truck-load-shipments 50 % used the Brenner Corridor. In both business
fields ÖKOMBI work close together with their UIRR-partners Cemat
and Kombiverkehr and the national railways ÖBB, Railion Deutschland
and Trenitalia, all of them members of the consortium as well.
Besides ÖKOMBI governs nearly 1.000 special wagons, mainly for the
rolling road. It is not surprising, that ÖKOMBI with its turnover
of 165,8 million Euro in 2002 is by far the biggest client of Austrian
national railway ÖBB, contributing 20,9 % of the total tonnage volume
of ÖBB in 2002 with a staff of only 65 employees.
Person in charge of the project:
Dr. Herbert Peherstorfer, Head of Marketing