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has been operating as a non-profit membership association for 80 years to bring together the relevant actors of the Combined Transport sector. With numerous members from science and practice, the SGKV forms a neutral communication and knowledge platform for all those who use, research and develop Combined Transport.
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Combined Transport

Here you will find helpful information on Combined Transport.
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CT Tools

Here you can access our free of cost digital CT Tools that can support your daily work.
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Here you will find an overview of services offered by SGKV for its members.
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Members of SGKV

Here you will find an overview of all the members of SGKV.
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BIC Code

Do you require information on the BIC Code for your loading unit? Then you are in the right place.
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Here you will find an overview of current and completed projects of SGKV.
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Here you will find information about the annual networking event of SGKV which is a congress for Combined Transport.
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Publication & Statistics

Here you can access our Publications and Statistics on all aspects of CT.
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Here you will find an overview of the funding opportunities for CT in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
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Goals of the SGKV

The Studiengesellschaft für den Kombinierten Verkehr e.V. (SGKV), translated as the German Promotion Centre for Intermodal Transport seeks to promote the interests of intermodal and rational transport chains. 

The goal of the association is to strengthen and further develop Combined Transport by bringing the research and practice together.
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Office of the SGKV

Do you have any specific questions or requests? Then please do not hesitate to contact us!
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The SGKV is continuously looking for dedicated Interns and Working Students, who are interested in the topic of Combined Transport and would like to deepen their knowledge in this area.

Working Groups

The SGKV is active in different national and international Working Groups on Combined Transport and also organises Working Groups on its own.
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Practical guidelines

The Practical guidelines seek to provide all companies with a good overview for getting starting in Combined Transport.