Poland breaks record with heaviest intermodal train
Originating from Euroterminal Slawkow and with DCT Gdansk Terminal as its final destination, an intermodal train wrote history as the heaviest ever in Polish freight transport. It left Slawkow carrying ninety 20-foot containers (90 TEUs overall), with a total weight of 3,335.75 tones.
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