COSCO adds 4th service on Land-Sea Express Line

Rail freight terminal in port of Piraeus. Source: Ocean Rail

COSCO has opened a fourth route on its Land-Sea Express Line. A train departed from the port of Trieste on Monday, to arrive in Velenje, Slovenia the next day. It is one example of how alternative gateways to Europe are gaining importance for Eurasian trade.

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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 “COSCO adds 4th service on Land-Sea Express Line”

bönström bönström|01.07.22|15:13

However, railways is “Bottleneck”…
High utilisation and capacity of existing, most vital, railways’ infrastructure and assets now has to be provided for! (“All” other devices upgrade load capacity, for reduced costs, etc.)
32,5 ton, safely allowed, axial load should be the timely min. and a win win, at any reinvestments, etc.!
Simply a risk of a risk, of a disturbance, means added costs, at “On Demand”, now Strategy of ware owners. Quality pays and in particular at transports!

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