Topic: Hupac

Busto Arsizio. Photo: Hupac

Hupac starts automated train inspection in Busto Arsizio

Hupac has officially opened its automated rail portal in the Terminal Busto Arsizio-Gallarate. Here, it applies Optical Character Recognition (OCR), a solution for automated train inspection, identification and inventor. The technology is an important feature that...Read more
|Comment|author: Majorie van Leijen

Hupac launches new services Antwerp-Eastern Germany

Hupac has introduced new and additional services between Antwerp and Eastern Germany. It has launched a new, regular connection to Schkopau, and increased the frequency of the trains to Schwarzheide. The service between Antwerp Combinant...Read more
|Comment|author: Majorie van Leijen
Gateway Basel Nord. Photo: Youtube

100 million Euros injected in Gateway Basel Nord

The Swiss government has committed to invest 71 million Euros (83 million Swiss francs) in Gateway Basel Nord. In addition, Gateway Basel Nord AG (GBN) is contributing another 40 million Euros (47 million Swiss francs),...Read more
|Comment|author: Majorie van Leijen

DB Netz CEO regrets Rastatt effects

The head of German rail network manager DB Netz has expressed his ‘regret’ for the knock-on problems caused to rail freight stakeholders by this summer’s Rastatt landslip incident. CEO Frank Sennhenn told a summit of...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Weedy

Hupac signs new Chinese partnership for flat wagons

China’s CRCC International Corporation Ltd has signed a contract with Swiss intermodal specialist Hupac to provide it with flat wagons. The deal includes EU certification and wagon registration at the Swiss Federal Office of Transport. The...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Weedy