Port of Moerdijk wants to run 100 trains per week after summer
Source: Port of MoerdijkPort of Moerdijk
The number of trains to and from the Dutch Port of Moerdijk has almost doubled in recent years to just under three thousand a year. With a planned extension of the track at the Combined Cargo Terminal (CCT), the largest inland seaport in the Netherlands wants to continue growing this year. Commercial manager Jay Baladien of Port of Moerdijk told this on Wednesday in the SpoorProTV broadcast.
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