Hello, Does "single forwarder" make sense if I speak about "une (seule) traction"? I mean just one truck/lorry from loading to unloading. Thanks for your help. Well, it's just about vocabulary - I'm sorry, but no sentences !! It's about freight transport, land shipping. You can have, let's say, 2 possibilities. # 1 = a single truck from loading to unloading, called in French " une traction". And # 2 = two or more trucks to supply the goods to the client - alors on dit "2 (voire plus) tractions." Hope it's clearer. Mod note: donnez tout le contexte dès le début.