Topic: Intermodal rail

ROLA train of Rail Cargo Group

RCG’s Wörgl-Trento ROLA service goes daily

After some complete suspension periods, Rail Cargo Group’s Rolling Road (ROLA) service between Wörgl in Austria and Trento in Northern Italy is getting back on tracks with six weekly roundtrips. Travelling through the Trans-Alpine Brenner...Read more
|Comment|author: Nikos Papatolios
Image: RZD

Test run success for Russia-Vietnam intermodal service

A Russia-to-Vietnam rail partnership has successfully tested a pilot intermodal service, marking a new international transport corridor.  RZD Logistics, the freight arm of Russian Railways, and its Vietnamese partner Rataco, ran the service between Vorsino Freight...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Weedy

Intermodal specialist Ekol expands into Sweden

Turkish-based intermodal specialist Ekol Logistics plans to increase the frequency of its Scandinavia-bound train cargoes after opening a new division in Sweden. Ekol Nordics marks another major step for the company which already operates across Europe,...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Weedy
Image: Tibbett Logistics

‘Substantial’ investments at Bucharest Rail Terminal

Major investments will take place this summer to widen the potential usability of the open-access Bucharest International Rail Freight Terminal (BIRFT). Tibbett Logistics, the terminal’s owners, have pledged a ‘substantial six-figure’ amount, building on several...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Weedy

New Kombiverkehr services cement 2016 growth

The German-owned intermodal rail specialist Kombiverkehr KG says it shifted 7,329 more truckloads from road to rail in 2016. The total number of consignments was 985,424 (1.97 million TEU), up 0.7 per cent on the...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Weedy

DB Cargo to launch new Belgium-Germany shuttle

The start of 2017 sees the launch of a new fast DB Cargo service linking key industrial regions of Belgium and Germany. The shuttle for conventional and intermodal rail transport operations will connect Antwerp with the...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Weedy