Logistical challenges for Cargo Center in Curtici


On 11 April 2013 at the Hungarian-Romanian border in Curtici, the Romanian companies of Trade Trans Group organized a major conference under the above stated motto.
Please take a look at a brief description and some photos:

Austrian electric locomotives "Taurus" on the Polish border station Chalupki


Since April 2013 on the Polish border station Chalupki the ÖBB electric locomotives are seen from Siemens Eurosprinter series - recently informed the Polish Railway Market.

These locomotives take the coal and coke in transit via the Czech Republic to the different destination stations in Austria.

First train with CMA CMG containers arrived at RAILPORT ARAD/CURTICI


The first block train with CMA CGM containers arrived on 6th of December to international CARGOCENTER ARAD/CURTICI. Next trains with containers are planed between Budapest and Curtici and between Curtici and different stations in Romania. CMA will use CURTICI as regional hub. Starting from 2013 a weekly circulating block trains will operate.

Over the Baltic Sea by ferry with Trade Trans


The Polish Spedition Trade Trans organized rail and truck transport on the ferry between Poland and Scandinavia.
They are offered on the train ferry "Jan Śniadecki" and "Copernicus" on the route Swinoujscie -Ystad.
Below is a brief presentation of the ferry transport with transit via Poland.

Meeting of the Balkan Project Group in CARGOCENTER Arad / Curtici


In the last days of October in the Romanian border town Curtici Group was held meeting of the Balkan Project Group at the invitation of TRADE TRANS. The event starts with folklore evening with the group of "Rhapsody" at hotel COANDI. Some of the delicacies of the Romanian cuisine were tasted. Among the guests of the event were also high-ranking politicians who support the project.

Belgium - another country opened for PKP Cargo


The Polish internet forum Rynek Kolejowy (Railway Market) recently informed about approval for PKP Cargo for use of railway infrastructure, this time in Belgium. In a few months, the first shipments start, probably to / from Antwerp.

With the new approval, the PKP Cargo is already licensed in 5 countries. Further applications are already in progress for permits in Hungary and the Netherlands. PKP Cargo plans to achieve revenue in the amount of approximately PLN 200 million for transport abroad.

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