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THE MULTIMODAL FACE OF TNT

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THE MULTIMODAL FACE OF TNT

 



These pictures come from TNT promotional publications

"We take the view that the most important thing is the freight, and then we carry it with the medium which is most suitable."

Sir Peter Abeles, TNT Group Managing Director

TNT Railfast dedicated train, Australia TNT IPEC European Air/Road integrated network
Trans Freight Lines container ship, Port of New-York TNT Sameday division courier, satchels and small parcels hauled through the National Express coach network, U.K. TNT Courier, London U.K.



TNT
(People Transportation)

Best known as a freight carrier TNT was also deeply involved in people transportation services through numerous partly owned subsidiaries and joint-ventures. As an example, in 1996 the Group moved around 18 million tons of freight and over 15 million passengers.

Ansett Airlines, Australia maintenance facility, Melbourne, Australia Ansett Airlines, Boeing 767-200

Note : Ansett Airlines was one of the two largest airlines of Australia and operated also a subsidiary in New-Zealand
Ansett of Western Australia

Note: Ansett operated four regional airlines in the country
Ansett Pioneer motor coachs, Australia TNT Hydrolines

Note: Commuter ferry linking Manhattan to Atlantic Highlands in New-Jersey
Condor ferry, Guerny, Channel Islands (UK)

Note : Condor Ltd. was a ferry operator linking the Channel Islands to Weymouth in UK as well St.-Malo in France
TNT Harbourlink monorail, Sydney harbour

Note : TNT developed, owned and operated the monorail
 


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