Poland and the Baltics can cooperate more and establish new corridors
Busy track Poland. Photo: PixabayPixabay
The situation in eastern Europe with the war waging in Ukraine could become the starting point for stronger cooperation between Poland and the Baltic states to establish international intermodal routes. “We should cooperate more,” said Halina Bajczuk, director of the commercial office at PKP Cargo, simultaneously pointing out that some fundamental issues still burden intermodal transport in the region.
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Further on, when ware owners, clients, did shift strategy to ON Demand, On Time deliveries became the high quality urgently requested.
Regardless if “predictive” or not, “maintenance” has become more costly, as reducing utilisation of assets, even worse at a time, when capacity of existing infrastructure now shall be added.
Quantity of EUROs etc.spent, now should be allocated a robust, a resilient, infrastructure. (“Cementing” at an elderly, not sustainable standard is devastating.)