Union Pacific Railroad will launch a new intermodal terminal in Phoenix's central area.
Linia Hutnicza Szerokotorowa (LHS) has recently inaugurated its new transhipment terminal.
The last batch of 19 intermodal wagons was delivered to the Polish freight rail carrier on 23 November 2023.
The branch will offer a range of services including air, road, and rail freight, intermodal solutions, and a focus on developing warehousing services.
The initiative, pushed by Adif, is aimed to foster collaboration among various stakeholders, including shippers, logistics operators, road transport firms, railway companies, and port authorities.
In cooperation with Maersk, the rail freight carrier successfully tested replacing diesel with hydrotreated vegetable oil on over 100 journeys in southern Spain.
The new approach involves dividing the port into zones, optimizing operations, and bundling deliveries to increase efficiency and reduce environmental impact.
Cargo-partner, an international transport and logistics provider, commenced the construction of a third warehouse hall at its iLogistics Center in Dunajská Streda, Slovakia, directly connected to the intermodal terminal.
RCG integrates road and rail transport with an environmentally conscious approach to transport goods from Vienna-Schwechat to Tyrol efficiently.
The new route is expected to facilitate fast and reliable transport of various goods, including fertilizers, construction materials, and food products, thus improving logistical connectivity between Lithuania and Ukraine.
Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane (FS) and MSC Group will commonly enhance freight transport logistics between Italian and European ports.
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J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc. and BNSF Railway have rolled out Quantum, a new service designed to move goods quickly and reliably by rail, targeting customers who usually depend on trucking.
The Port of Barcelona has started a direct freight rail service with the French cities of Toulouse and Lyon using a maximum permittable European train length of 750 metres.
The new facility aims to double the capacity of transloaded trailers to 50,000 per year.