DHL shifts from road to rail in northern Italy
After Honda and Stellantis shifted to rail for their transportation services in Italy, DHL is joining as well, signaling how big companies are willing to choose rail over road, if suitable services are provided. The German company is in fact launching a new intermodal service that will connect the port of Genoa, in the Italian northwest, with the Padua Interport, in the northeast. The convoy will be transporting 28 40-foot containers and, for now, there are two weekly roundtrips scheduled.
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