CFL intermodal invests in combined transport fleet

CFL intermodal, subsidiary of CFL multimodal, has purchased fifty new double pocket wagons. With this latest acquisition it is investing in the development of its intermodal network in Europe.

The new T3000 double pocket wagons have been produced by Tatravagónka a.s. and are suitable for the transport of semi-trailers. They are equipped with tracking sensors that provide GPS location data in real time.

Upgrade for combined transport

The Track & Trace data is made available on the customer and supplier portals of the integrated CFL intermodal software: MIRABELLE. “By investing in a new wagon fleet and in digital solutions, CFL multimodal is upgrading its services for combined transport, the intermodal operator said.

Its overall objective is to develop connections from the intermodal terminal Bettembourg-
Dudelange towards Central and Northern Europe and to strengthen combined traffic on the existing routes to Lyon, Nancy, Paris, Antwerp, Zeebrugge, Trieste, Kiel and Poznan.

Author: Majorie van Leijen

Majorie van Leijen is editor of RailFreight.com, online magazine for rail freight professionals.

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