Topic: Electronic freight document

Hungarian railway. Photo: Maxpixel

Paper documents not necessarily needed right now

As a result of COVID-19’s impact on the railway industry, some railway companies are confronted with challenges in preparing and collecting paper-based documents required for customs procedures. If needed, electronic documents could temporarily be accepted,...Read more
|Comment|author: Majorie van Leijen

Four ways to speed up trains on the New Silk Road

The rail freight traffic between China and Europe is growing year by year. The logistics companies compete for every customer and every container. Therefore, they are constantly improving their service. What measures are they doing...Read more
|Comment|author: Mykola Zasiadko

DB Cargo focuses on Kaliningrad route

Two subsidiaries of Deutsche Bahn have turned their look to the Kaliningrad route of China – EU railway corridor. DB Cargo Logistics and DB Cargo Polska intend to develop new train multimodal connections through Kaliningrad...Read more
|Comment|author: Mykola Zasiadko
Freight train in Kazakhstan, source: Kazakhstan Railways

Kazakhstan Railways digitises freight service

Kazakhstan Railways has tested the electronic consignment note in freight transportation from China. The fully-fledged service will be available after concluding the respective interstate agreement between China and Kazakhstan. Kazakhstan Railways is also introducing the...Read more
|Comment|author: Mykola Zasiadko
Freight train in Switzerland. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

Next step toward paperless freight traffic Europe

A next step towards paperless rail freight transport in Europe has been taken. On 12 March, the European Parliament proposed a new regulation for the digitalisation of electronic freight transport information. In simpler terms, this...Read more
|Comment|author: Majorie van Leijen