Akiem is leasing six DC Traxx locomotives to the strong-growing intermodal operator.
The plant combines advanced technology and efficient processing to speed up maintenance, reduce downtime, and improve vehicle availability.
The replacement, which includes a new steel deck, is a key step in modernizing Calais' rail infrastructure and supporting sustainable freight.
In cooperation with Croatia's HŽ Cargo, RCH has already transported 14,000 tonnes of grain, mainly wheat and barley, to Egypt and Tunisia via the port of Rijeka.
The heavy-haul freight locomotive will operate with iron ore trains in Pilbara, Western Australia.
In its recent business plan update, Rete Ferroviaria Italiana (RFI) published its update on the market shares of rail freight operators in Italy.
These locomotives are expected to significantly reduce airborne particulate emissions equivalent to 7,000 gasoline-powered vehicles.
Railmarket News is constantly monitoring the news of the rail market to bring you comprehensive overviews of new contracts and connections. Here are the latest news from the past month.
In the first 9 months of this year, the turnover of goods through the Dostyk-Alashankou (PRC) crossing increased by 17% compared to the same period last year and amounted to 11.8 million tonnes. Imports amounted to 3.3 million tonnes (+4%) and exports to 8.5 million tonnes (+24%).
Poland’s rail freight operator is expanding its fleet with leased electric and relocated diesel locomotives.
During the Rail Days 2023 event, Calea Ferată din Moldova (CFM), the Moldovan state rail operator, announced planned investment in new rolling stock.
This technology enables battery-powered sensors to provide train drivers and control centers with real-time status and out-of-tolerance alerts during pre-checks.
The contract was renewed ahead of schedule, and in the ten-year duration, DB Cargo will move 70 million tonnes of potash for the mining company.
Based on a contract signed in December 2022, Nexrail will start getting its 40 DE18 locomotives for the German market. Railmarket News brings you the news of who will lease them.
UIRR position paper acknowledges the merits of the proposal but urges that it be made mandatory for all transport chains in order to have a real impact on reducing emissions.
The collaboration involves the integration of solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC) powered by low-carbon Bio Liquefied Petroleum Gas (Bio-LPG) to supply auxiliary power for locomotives.
Nothing changes for clients using Operail wagons for domestic use in Estonia, however, there is a change for international transport.
This achievement demonstrates the growing popularity of intermodal transport as a more sustainable and efficient way of moving goods.