ENSCO has been awarded the contract to build and test the Fortis railcar prototype by the U.S. Department of Energy.
Tragedy has occurred in southeastern Serbia, near Pirot town.
The Smart GigaWood Round & Sawn wagon saves additional train runs thanks to its significantly higher capacity.
The agreement also includes the development of a rail freight terminal in Al Ruways Industrial City.
The inauguration ceremony took place at the beginning of December and was attended by the mayor of Nymburk, representatives of shareholders, suppliers and customers.
Kaunas railway station will become a major logistics hub, linking freight routes from North-Western and Central Europe.
CBH Group has agreed with Progress Rail to acquire seven EMD standard gauge locomotives, more than doubling the co-operative’s standard-gauge locomotive fleet.
The freight and logistics sector in the North is critical to the UK economy given that more than 33% of goods enter through the Northern ports, 25% of GB freight starts in the North, and the same proportion of journeys end in the North. By 2050 it could be worth more than £30bn to the North’s economy and employ more than 500,000 people.
ÖBB Rail Cargo Group (RCG) broke the 1-million-tonne mark in grain transports from Ukraine in November.
One of the oldest businesses of FORWARDIS is the transport of hazardous products (especially yellow phosphor) in tank containers from Kazakhstan to Europe and the USA (via Rotterdam).
20 companies participated in the competition and the best was the combination of two participants – companies Fortior Capital from Ukraine and Teslar Trans from Estonia.
In January a new train service will operate five departures a week between Stockholm Norvik Port and the Eskilstuna Intermodal Terminal. This railway link will connect Stockholm Norvik to a larger railway network.
Regular and scheduled service will shorten the delivery time from China, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan to Europe.
More freight shifting onto the rail and off the roads – especially in the European market, is currently the guiding principle. To achieve ambitious political goals, there is a need for adequate resources, rolling stock being one of the crucial ones.
The new line service will boost the resilience of customers' supply chains and enable them quickly and easily switch volumes between London Gateway and Southampton.
The Federal Ministry of Digital Affairs and Transport (BMDV) and Deutsche Bahn (DB) are jointly moving ahead with the planning for Digital Rail Germany. An existing financing agreement will be increased from around 1.7 billion to around 2.7 billion euros.