One more weekly Rotterdam-Vienna shuttle for Hupac

Hupac is increasing the frequency of the Rotterdam-Vienna shuttle to three departures per week in both directions. The new schedule applies from next week. The direct train connection offers ongoing connections to Hungary (Budapest BILK), Turkey (Halkali), Romania (Ploiesti) and Bulgaria (Stara Zagora). The first two are offered three times a week already.

By increasing the frequency of the service, Hupac responds to the increasing demand for intermodal connections from and to Southeast Europe. The service is available for containers and swap bodies.

Hupac’s connection to Vienna

About Hupac

Hupac operates 150 trains daily with connections between the major European economic areas and as far as Russia and the Far East. The company employs 540 full-time employees, has 7,300 trolley modules and operates UCT terminals at important European locations.

The Hupac Group consists of 22 companies with locations in Switzerland, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Poland, Russia and China. Around 100 shareholders are involved in the company, which was founded in Chiasso in 1967. 72 per cent of the share capital of 20 million Swiss francs is held by logistics and transport companies and 28 per cent by railways. This guarantees proximity to the market and independence from the railways.

Author: Majorie van Leijen

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

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