Network Rail has secured permission to build a new bridleway bridge across the Felixstowe branch line, replacing six pedestrian level crossings in the area. The crucial line is currently undergoing upgrade works to allow for more freight trains, but running more trains on the branch line also increases risk for users of level crossings, the British infrastructure manager said. The upgrade...Read more
|Comment|author: Majorie van Leijen
Dutch Pavilion in Chengdu, managed by GVT. Photo: GVT

Chengdu on the lookout for western products

The Chinese market is welcoming western products with open arms; the opportunities for traders are plenty. This is the message of Dutch logistics provider GVT and Chengdu International Railway Investment & Development Group (CIPI), which...Read more
|Comment|author: Majorie van Leijen
Renfe freight train

Adif to build a new rail freight track in Osorno

The Spanish infrastructure manager Adif will construct a complementary rail track at the railway siding of Osorno, in the northern province of Palencia. It will handle 750-metre length trains in the railway service from Palencia...Read more
|Comment|author: Jose Gutierrez
Cereals

Tunisia to acquire 60 Chinese rail cars

Tunisian Railways has received sixty Chinese-made rail cars dedicated to transporting cereals. These wagons will be used to transport grain in two rail freight services; one connectingTunis with Bizerte (north) and another linking Tunis and...Read more
|Comment|author: Jose Gutierrez