As part of the agreement, DB will work with UZ to expand freight corridors and terminal capacity and provide extensive consultancy services on the implementation of European standards for rail operations.
The package includes 19 degrees of room temperature in offices, workshops, and stations following similar measures in Germany and other countries.
From the outbreak of the war until the end of August, the RCG has already transported 580,000 tonnes of grain from Ukraine
More than 145,000 tonnes were transported in August alone.
The resolution was adopted by the government because of the low water level on the Rhine. The river carries coal to power stations.
The rail section will offer an alternative route from the port of Odessa to the Black Sea.
The Spanish Ministry of Transport is trying to demonstrate the technical and economic feasibility of rail transport of cereals on a railway route that runs across Europe.
On the contrary, the proposal extends four European Transport Corridors to Ukraine and the Republic of Moldova.
Port of Rotterdam: total throughput slightly higher (almost 1%), declining trade with Russia notwithstanding
A week after Antwerp-Bruges, RAILMARKET.com brings figures from another important European port. There are a lot of changes caused by the war in Ukraine in this port's throughput as well.
Port of Antwerp-Bruges announces slight growth in the first half of year but not in container segment
The total throughput of Port of Antwerp-Bruges was 147.2 million tonnes in the first six months of this year, an increase of 1.4% compared to the same period last year.
Around 30 railway CEOs accepted the invitation of Andreas Matthä, ÖBB CEO and President of the Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER) to participate in a summit in Vienna.
Connecting Europe Days: extending TEN-T pan-European transport networks, electro-mobility or high-speed lines
Two days before the Czech EU presidency is starting, the Czech transport minister Martin Kupka discussed all these topics at the meeting of European transport experts in Lyon, France.
According to the carriers, the most severely congested ports are Rotterdam and Bremerhaven.
The shipment followed humanitarian aid and military equipment in the opposite direction.
In the future, at least two trains with the grain will be heading to Austria per month.
LTG Cargo Ukraine, a subsidiary of the cargo transportation company LTG Cargo, is temporarily suspending operations in Ukraine due to the invasion of the Russian army into Ukraine.