This week in RailFreight Live: from Finland to India by train

The first train from Finland to India is currently on its way, running via the International North-South Transport Corridor (INSTC). This corridor has been on the agenda for Russia, Iran and India for a longer time. What else can we expect from this vital link?

That will be discussed by operator Nurminen Logistics in this week’s RailFreight Live. CEO Olli Pohjanvirta will explain what else they have planned in terms of rail transport from Finland to India. Olga Stepanova from the sales and business development knows the network very well and will highlight current bottlenecks and potential.

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In this week’s show, we also look at a video report from the port of Rotterdam, where the replacement of the Caland Bridge is explained by ProRail. The new structure will be established in the port this November, resulting to a 6-day closure for rail freight traffic. Although traffic will be disrupted for some days, the bridge will eventually lead to more efficient transport flows to the port of Rotterdam.

Author: Majorie van Leijen

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

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