Technology

DB Cargo and Siemens team up for digital railways

DB Cargo has launched a centralised platform for all digital services. It is called link2rail and is provided by Siemens Digital Logistics. The system resonates with the digital integration of their freight car fleet, which...Read more
|Comment|author: Majorie van Leijen

First modular lightweight wagon on the market

Rail Cargo Group and voestalpine have launched TransANT, an innovation for the international rail freight market. TransANT is the first modular lightweight wagon in the rail freight industry, enabling different units adapted to customer needs...Read more
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Russian Railways tests new piggyback flatcar

Federal Freight, a subsidiary of Russian Railways (RZD), has performed a test delivery using the brand new piggyback flatcar of 13-5205 type. With the help of the new wagon, the railway operator delivered an articulated...Read more
|Comment|author: Mykola Zasiadko
Freight train in Kazakhstan, source: Kazakhstan Railways

Kazakhstan Railways digitises freight service

Kazakhstan Railways has tested the electronic consignment note in freight transportation from China. The fully-fledged service will be available after concluding the respective interstate agreement between China and Kazakhstan. Kazakhstan Railways is also introducing the...Read more
|Comment|author: Mykola Zasiadko
Innovative tank container BASF. Photo: BASF

Major boost Basf Antwerp for chemical industry

The investment wave in Antwerp’s chemical industry continues to surge. Basf Antwerp announced an investment of half a billion euros on Monday. This brings the investment volume in Antwerp’s chemical industry to more than five...Read more
|Comment|author: Majorie van Leijen

DB Cargo wants intelligent fleet by 2020

DB Cargo is pushing ahead with the digitalisation of its wagon fleet. By 2020, the entire fleet of around 68,000 cars will be connected to the digital world. The company is investing millions in the...Read more
|Comment|author: Majorie van Leijen
SBB freight train, source: SBB Cargo International

SBB Cargo to plan railway in cloud

To plan, dispatch and deploy trains and staff, SBB Cargo uses the integrated standard solution IVU.rail from IT specialist IVU Traffic Technologies. The Swiss Federal Railways subsidiary is now planning in the IVU.cloud, too. SBB Cargo...Read more
|Comment|author: Majorie van Leijen