Both routes are operated as direct connections and are offered via the boxXpress production platform. The destinations are the Tricon container terminal in Nuremberg and the Duss combined terminal in Kornwestheim, which acts as a hub for the Stuttgart/Ludwigsburg area.
With the new connections, TX Logistik is providing additional capacity for container transport by rail. The integration of the Jade-Weser Port Wilhelmshaven into the network is a step for TX to benefit from the predicted further volume growth at the Jade-Weser Port. As Germany's only deep-water port, Wilhelmshaven is increasingly the destination for ever larger container vessels and is already served by eight shipping lines on a regular basis.
Based on this development, TX is planning to increase the number of rail connections between Wilhelmshaven and hinterland terminals in the first half of this year.
TX Logistik was founded in 1999 as a private rail transport company and operates a European network in eleven countries. The company has subsidiaries in Switzerland, Austria, Denmark and Sweden and a local office in Italy.