That’s what I call optimistic.
From my experience that is not how modern logistics work.
Most likely the container arrives by train in Hamburg, is loaded onto a truck and taken to Eindhoven, where they do the customs formalities etc., break the seal, open it up and address all the parcels to the customers.
Due to customs, I get this.
My understanding on the other hand is reaching it’s limits, when I see, how some parcels are moving around from one hub to the other, before they end up at the customer. A parcel might be taken from the factory to a hub 100 km away, where it is handled, put into a delivery van and returned to the very same town where it started.
In another case, I could watch a parcel from another country -via online tracking- passing my hometown twice and taking it more than 100km away from it every time. As I understood it, the load was broken into smaller loads twice, until finally the delivery could take place.