TX Logistik keeps adding trains on Scan-Med Corridor

Image: TX Logistik

TX Logistik is adjusting to the increasing demand for rail freight on the TEN-T Scandinavian-Mediterranean Corridor. The latest development for the company is an increase in weekly roundtrips between Rostock, in Germany, and Verona, in Italy, from four to six.

The new frequency of this service will start on 22 February, with the increase justified by the company by higher demand for trailer transportation on the rail. In addition to this route, TX Logistik has already increased the frequency of various other Germany-Italy connections on the Scan-Med Corridor.

Other key Scan-Med connections increased

Since the beginning of the year, trains connecting Leipzig with Sona, 10 kilometres from Verona, are running 10 times per week instead of the eight previously scheduled. The service connecting the Baltic Rail Gate in Lubeck and the Quadrante Europa terminal in Verona will get an additional eighth weekly roundtrip.

Image: © TX Logistik

TX Logistik also stated that its connections from Lubeck to Milan will now serve the terminal in Segrate instead of the one in Melzo. This is because Segrate is slightly closer to Milan. Moreover, from Segrate, TX Logistik can count on many connections managed by its mother company Mercitalia to reach other important Italian destinations including Rome, Naples, and Sicily.

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Author: Marco Raimondi

Marco Raimondi is an editor of RailFreight.com, the online magazine for rail freight professionals.

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