Three new additions to the North Sea-Baltic Rail Freight Corridor (RFC NS-B) aim to enhance connectivity and make the corridor even more competitive. The ports of Zeebrugge and Ghent in Belgium, the port of Terneuzen...Read more
Kombiverkehr KG announced the launching of an additional direct train service between Verona (Italy) and Lübeck (Germany). From Lübeck, cargo will be transhipped on sea vessels to reach Sweden. The train will begin its operations...Read more
The Port of Gdansk and the Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority have agreed to collaborate on a new transport corridor connecting the Black Sea and the Baltic. The focus will lie mainly on the transportation of...Read more
Two representative bodies, the Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER), and the European Rail Infrastructure Managers (EIM) have put their joint weight behind a qualified endorsement of Europe’s Rail Freight Corridors. They agree...Read more
The International Union of Railways (UIC) and RailNetEurope (RNE) have joined forces for removing language barriers on rail freight corridors across Europe. Within the Translate4Rail project, both organisations are developing a special language tool for...Read more
Belgium’s rail infrastructure manager Infrabel is planning for its next generation of rail specialists with a new 20 million Euros training academy.
A symbolic first ‘spade in the ground’ ceremony marked the start of construction of...Read more
Belgium’s Flemish Government and regional port partners have launched a new campaign calling for new initiatives that will make the transport of goods – with rail identified as a key element – to and from...Read more