Last year, ČD Cargo's market share reached 58.43 %.
Geopolitical tensions, the energy crisis, and ongoing disruptions in supply chains put sustained pressure on the container segment. This affected the throughput of this port, which was down 0.7% year-on-year to 286.9 million tons of cargo.
LDZ CARGO has received the European single safety certificate for transport in Estonia. The service is dedicated to transporting cooking oils for a US customer.
The Estonian state-owned railway company Operail has signed the contract of sale of its subsidiary Operail Finland, which provides freight transport services in Finland. The sales price is 27.7 million euros as a result of the sales process competition.
The new certificate has a term of five years and is valid until the beginning of December 2027.
The shipping industry will face inflation, the implications of the war on Ukraine, the impact of COVID-19 in China, and worker strikes in 2023.
This subsidiary means faster TransFER connections to Greece and Turkey and connection of Serbian business to the international Rail Cargo Group network.
Modernizing infrastructure, introducing ETCS and Digital Automatic Coupling, and counteracting the shortage of skilled workers – Malte Lawrenz focused on these three fields of action at the opening of the 13th VPI Symposium.
Beginning 16 January 2023, EUROGATE Intermodal GmbH (EGIM) will add Wilhelmshaven, Germany’s only deep-water port, to its portfolio of connections.
In addition to EUSPA, Betrian Group is also working with the European Space Agency (ESA) to develop technologies - for hazard warning. Thus the company plans to contribute to the modernization of European ETCS security.
The agreement includes a £25 million investment to increase the number of GBRf locomotives in operation.
Similar to grain, alternative ways are being sought to transport this mineral commodity from Ukraine to Europe and North Africa.
The amount was over 23 million tons and 15% more than in 2021.
The investment will enable the purchase of platforms and wagons for freight transport and the buying of modern electric locomotives.
The cargo will be transported in special containers from Klaipėda seaport to Trakiškės, then LTG Cargo Polska will provide transportation to Bialystok, and from there the partners will transport the coal to Braniewo in North-West Poland.
Xi'an, the capital of northwest China's Shaanxi Province, saw a surge in China-Europe freight-train trips in 2022, local authorities told a press conference last week.
The Schweizerzug service is designed to ensure maximum schedule stability and fast connections between inland locations and seaports.
The new electric locomotives will enable the transport of longer and heavier trains, leading to more cost-effective services.
Qube, the Australian provider of import and export logistics services, announced the acquisition of dozen new GT46 locomotives from Progress Rail - a Caterpillar Company.
During his recent visit to Poland, Lithuanian Minister of Transport and Communications Marius Skuodis discussed with the Polish Minister of Infrastructure Andrzej Adamczyk cooperation in creating new freight corridors between the ports of the Baltic Sea countries and Ukraine.