Topic: VTG

VTG AG HQ in Hamburg

VTG steps in the Bulgarian rail market

VTG Rail Logistics expanded its presence in Bulgaria and the broader Balkan region by opening a new branch. VTG Rail Logistics Bulgaria has been operational since 1 November and aims to use the Balkan country...Read more
|Comment|author: Nikos Papatolios

Nexxiot’s kingpin monitor passes the test

Nexxiot tested its new kingpin monitor system during a trial session at the DUSS terminal in Hamburg-Billwerder. The trial was organised for representatives of the AGORA Intermodal Terminals working group, who were left impressed by...Read more
|Comment|author: Nikos Papatolios

VTG uses Brake Monitoring System on its wagons

VTG Rail Europe embraces innovation in transportation through a new collaboration with Siemens Mobility. The logistics company will start using the Brake Monitoring System (BMS) in a test period that will last for a year,...Read more
|Comment|author: Nikos Papatolios

VTG puts hybrid locomotives on tracks

VTG Rail Logistics and its RU subsidiary Retrack will start official operations with two EuroDual locomotives. European Loc Pool (ELP) leases the locomotives, which operate on hybrid mode, using electricity and diesel fuel. The two...Read more
|Comment|author: Nikos Papatolios

High capacity wagons for UK industry

Specialist UK manufacturer WH Davis has supplied a rake of repurposed and reengineered bulk carrier wagons to support construction materials specialist Aggregate Industries and leasing agent VTG Rail UK. The rake has been commissioned to...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Walton

DCRail wagons, box fresh from VTG

VTG Rail UK has agreed to supply the Cappagh Group of Companies with 100 new box wagons for the movement of construction materials. DCRail, the Cappagh Group’s rail freight operating company, is already using the...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Walton
Image of WH David and VTG sign the deal, from left: Jonathan Hamer, Finance Director of WH Davis; Stewart Greenwood, MD of WH Davis; Nigel Day, Engineering Director, VTG Rail UK and Rob Brook, Head of VTG Rail UK at VTG's offices in Birmingham.

VTG chose WH Davis for Ecofret2

VTG Rail UK has signed an agreement with WH Davis to build 84 of their new trademarked Ecofret2 triple container wagons. The East Midlands manufacturer was selected ahead of a stellar field of other European...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Walton