Thanks to the cooperation, RCG will transport up to 25,000 tonnes of gravel and crushed rock per year by rail for Mineral Abbau GmbH.
The European railway sector, represented by the Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER), together with the European Rail Freight Association (ERFA) call upon the European Commission and Member States to develop a strategy that protects the European Union’s modal shift objectives and ensures uninterrupted affordable energy supply for rail transportation.
The terminal supports the sustainable exchange of goods in central and eastern Europe and enables the further growth of intermodal transport.
HPC aims to find a solution to increase the capacity of the terminal and strengthen its position in the network.
Natasa Krilic: Croatian rail infrastructure can double the cargo volume and its intermodality is the cornerstone of future railway transport
Natasa Krilic is CEO of the new Croatian freight railway carrier Kombinirani prijevoz and RAILMARKET.com interviewed her about her vision for the rail freight market.
The long-awaited rail freight services bring new opportunities to the customers and the market.
National Sea Logistics Customer Care Manager in Kuehne+Nagel company and his views on the actual challenges in railway transport.
Rail Baltica has signed the Shadow Operator agreement with globally renowned railway sector companies
The consortium, which includes Renfe, Ineco, and DB Engineering & Consulting, will support Rail Baltica during the construction phase and will be responsible for setting the operation and maintenance requirements.
The demanding investment project, which began in 2020, was completed at DDG's Annual General Meeting on 31 August 2022.
Czech railway and infrastructure managers have a couple of months to solve the crisis in passenger transport
“We are interested in ensuring that reliability, as one of the key characteristics of rail transport, is also valid on the Czech railway, not only in Switzerland,” says Czech minister of transport Martin Kupka in the second part of the interview for RAILMARKET.com, which focuses on passenger rail transport.
TransLogistica Romania, the leading in Romania and the whole region business event for everyone professionally associated with the logistics industry to take place on the premises of the ROMEXPO on October 12 th - 14 th, 2022.
New figures reveal that young people are involved in more than half of incidents at one Yorkshire station - 6 of the 11 incidents reported at Cross Gates station in the past year involved young people.
According to the study, the 9-euro ticket had a similarly strong effect on mobility behaviour as the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak.
ÖBB Rail Cargo has introduced a new TransFER connection from Benelux and the Ruhr area to Romania and Turkey
The line will have a fixed timetable with three round trips per week.
A.P. Moller - Maersk and China International Marine Containers announced the termination of previously announced transaction
Whereby China International Marine Containers (CIMC) would acquire Maersk Container Industry (MCI), a leading manufacturer of refrigerated containers, from Maersk.
After a series of delays on Czech railways, the bonuses for managers of the railway infrastructure will change
The system of remuneration and indicators linked to the annual remuneration of members of the Správa železnic (Railway Administration) management for 2023 includes new criteria. They aim to focus the functioning of this state organization not only on investments but also on ensuring greater reliability of the railway network in the Czech Republic.
Vision for the development of rail freight transportation - global market to reach $205 billion by 2026
ResearchAndMarkets.com has added to its offering the "Rail Freight Transportation - Global Market Trajectory & Analytics" report, which provides an up-to-date analysis of the role of rail freight transportation in a global context.
North Wales opens new rail freight route. Each train removes approximately 76 lorries from the roads.
Welsh slate aggregate is being transported to Luton via rail freight for the first time, thanks to a joint initiative between Network Rail, construction materials company Breedon, and the Welsh Government.