Topic: Green Cargo

The new rail planning system in Sweden is causing mayhem

InterviewThe Swedish rail freight industry is currently struggling to adapt to the new planning system implemented by Trafikverket, the government agency responsible for the country’s rail network. interviewed Shad Hallam, Head of Network Management...Read more
|Comment|author: Marco Raimondi
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Green Cargo’s woodchip wagons go XXXL

Scandinavian freight operator Green Cargo is upsizing its rail shipments of wood chips to established client Söderenergi by switching to XXXL containers. Eight years since after first delivering wood chips to Söderenergi’s fuel terminal in Nykvarn,...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Weedy
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Double deal success for Green Cargo

Nordic rail freight operator Green Cargo is toasting a double success after signing a deal with manufacturer Softronic for a pair of powerful Transmontana Co-Co locomotives, and renewing a domestic agreement with Real Rail Sweden. With...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Weedy

Green Cargo puts its foot on the gas

Green Cargo, Sweden’s longest-running rail freight operator, has been awarded a contract for a twice-weekly service carrying propane gas for energy supplier E.ON. The long-term agreement will see services operating between Karlshamn and SSAB’s steel...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Weedy

EU rail freight test portal now live

The pilot version of a ‘one-stop-shop’ European web portal detailing rail freight service facilities across the continent can now be accessed online. The site is a European Union initiative involving a group of rail...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Weedy