What is Highway Transports?
Highway Transports, which is the most basic transportation method of logistics and prepares the ground for other transportation routes; It is a system that allows the cargo to be transported in a timely, safe, economical and robust manner. While it is safe for the goods to be transported directly and quickly from the starting point to the destination, it is a more preferred transportation method for the manufacturer, as it is relatively cheaper than other transportation routes on short-distance routes. Highway Transports has more advantages than other modes of transport. It provides faster transportation and economic convenience on short distance roads. Door-to-door delivery is easy. Fast service facility and easily adjusting the departure-arrival times. It provides convenience in loading-unloading operations and deliveries at any time, at any place. While waiting disruptions occur in other transport modes, this is almost rare in Highway Transport. Low handling cost and risk of damage. It can be transported in many different volumes. In addition to the advantages of Highway Transports, there are also disadvantages as in every transport route.
Infrastructure investment is less compared to other modes of transport, Weight limitations and carrying less cargo in one go than other modes, Being affected by bad weather conditions and having more accident risks, uncertainty of market fluctuations and environmental pollution, traffic density are some of the disadvantages. The most common mode of transport is Highway Transports. Even if other modes are preferred, Highway Transports will still be applied. The fact that it is reliable, convenient and more attractive in terms of price makes Highway Transports the priority choice. All kinds of goods, from house transport to chemical transport, can be made with Highway Transports. Competing with air freight for small loads, sea freight and rail freight for large loads, Highway Transports is able to deliver door-to-door without the need for other modes thanks to its flexible and versatile transportation advantages, and it continues to maintain its importance thanks to this advantage.