New port shuttle for Rotterdam with fixed timetable

The port of Rotterdam has a new port shuttle per 30 July. Logistics operator Trimodal Europe has launched a shuttle train with a fixed timetable of 16 departures per week between the RSC terminal in the Waalhaven and three deep-sea terminals on the Maasvlakte (RWG, EMX and APM2).

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Author: Majorie van Leijen

Majorie van Leijen is the editor-in-chief of, the online magazine for rail freight professionals.

1 comment op “New port shuttle for Rotterdam with fixed timetable”

bönström bönström|02.08.22|16:24

Yes, when quality matters, as at current JIT supply chains, then just direct calls – and vice versa!
Thus accordingly, regrettably, low quality infrastructure and on shore feeding, has been part of severe congestions, now plaguing clients of ports… (Majority does not enjoy direct access to a port…)
Now, at railways, for high capacity and for high utilisation of assets, any causes of disturbances have to be outed!
(Low price track constructing has meant high, not timely LCC, etc.)

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