Hupac to increase frequency of Pordenone-Rotterdam service

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Hupac will increase the frequency of its service connecting Pordenone, in northeastern Italy, with Rotterdam from three to five weekly roundtrips. The increase in rotations will start in the third week of January 2023.

The transit time for this service is A/C, meaning that the whole journey takes around three days. The service links the Rotterdam C.RO terminal in the Netherlands to the Hupac-owned terminal of Pordenone. This specific service was launched in June 2021. Below is the new Hupac timetable for this service, which will be effective as of week 50 of this year.

Image: © Hupac.

From the terminal in Rotterdam, the Cobelfret Ferry service links to London and Killingholme in the UK. According to Hupac, the railway line has a seamless connection to this short-sea link in order to enable further transport across the Channel.

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Author: Marco Raimondi

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

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