Topic: Rail-cargo-group

Wels-Vienna-Budapest line 3 times per week

The Austrian Rail Cargo Group and German Kombiverkehr have partnered up to realise a three-weekly rail freight connection between Wels, Vienna and Budapest. The three cities in Germany, Austria and Hungary are main nodes in...Read more
|Comment|author: Majorie van Leijen
Rotterdam rail feeding locomotive. Photo: Pixabay

What is new this week in Europe?

Many new connections and departures were launched or announced this week. These include two services between the Netherlands and Germany. Three new lines were established to Italy; from Germany, Belgium and Austria.  A new service commenced...Read more
|Comment|author: Majorie van Leijen
RailFreight Summit 2019, source: RailFreight

RailFreight Summit 2019 – Liveblog Day 1

Wednesday 15 May is the first day of the RailFreight Summit 2019, which takes place in Gdansk, Poland. This liveblog provides broadcasting of presentations and panel discussions at the conference. Today’s main topic is rail...Read more
|Comment|author: Mykola Zasiadko
ÖBB Rail Cargo Austria

Multimodal service Austria-Sweden launched

Rail Cargo Group (RCG) has established a direct link between Vienna and Scandanavia. Four times a week a multimodal service runs between the Austrian capital and Trelleborg, the southernmost city in Sweden. Trelleborg is also the...Read more
|Comment|author: Majorie van Leijen
Rail Cargo Group

Russia and Austria cooperate on railway digitalisation

Rail Cargo Group (RCG) and Digital Logistics, a joint venture of Russian Railways (RZD) and INTELLEX, signed a Memorandum of Understanding to promote standardisation and digitalisation of operational processes across Europe’s borders. This should enable...Read more
|Comment|author: Majorie van Leijen
Rail Cargo Austria

New service port of Lübeck – Wels

A new direct rail freight line between the Austrian hub of Wels and the German Baltic Sea port of Lübeck has been launched by Rail Cargo Group. The service is called TransFER and runs twice...Read more
|Comment|author: Majorie van Leijen