German port-rail project kicks off with first container train
The German project known as LOG4NRW, aiming to improve rail connectivity and efficiency in the Ruhr area, has kicked off with the first container train service. The train left Kreuztal and transited to Duisburg via Dortmund, while cargo was transloaded on barge and reached Rotterdam. The link is part of an inland transport-rail synergy seeing German ports and railway companies cooperating closer. The Ruhr-South Westphalia trains will run twice a week.
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