VIIA moves Turkey-France Ro-Ro cargo from road to rail

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VIIA, a French transportation company, has launched a new rail freight service connecting the port of Sete, in southern France, with the Valenton terminal, 15 kilometres from Paris. This new connection is expected to boost the trade of DFDS Ro-Ro cargo coming from the Yalova terminal, in northwestern Turkey via sea.

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Author: Marco Raimondi

Marco Raimondi is an editor of RailFreight.com, the online magazine for rail freight professionals.

1 comment op “VIIA moves Turkey-France Ro-Ro cargo from road to rail”

bönström bönström|01.12.22|11:30

Interesting, as DFDS perfectly well, knows about logistics, thus about importance of high quality, at supply chains of Hemisphere – and that uniquely
SNCF separates passenger tracks from cargo.
For shift, needed, sooner the better, industry of railways, as well as IM:s, should learn, from modes proving high quality – from, other modes, which, all, decisively add load capacity – for sake of lower costs, etc.
(Nearness, to Market, by low risk supply chains, now is needed – and mere Goal of EU!…)

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