Contargo expands facilities near Duisburg, chance for more rail volumes?

Contargo_Emmelsum. Source: Contargo

Contargo is expanding its facilities at the Voerde-Emmelsum river port near Duisburg in Germany. The logistics service provider won a tender from DeltaPort GmbH & Co KG for the operation of an 11,000-square metres site, which will be used to extend the quay by 130 metres and probably bring more volumes on rail.

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Author: Nikos Papatolios

Nikos Papatolios is editor of RailFreight.com, the online magazine for rail freight professionals.

1 comment op “Contargo expands facilities near Duisburg, chance for more rail volumes?”

bönström bönström|01.07.22|15:34

Regrettably currently quality of service rendered, by railway operators is hampered, by infrastructure managers.
Mode is too risky, for ware owners, that have shifted strategy to “On Demand”. (Regrettably now the On Road device, for majority, is the single available – at distances, as far as 1000 km from port.)
For making railways timely, now basics, the infrastructure has to be upgraded. 32,5 ton, safely allowed, axial load should be min. at any reinvestment, etc.

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