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Rail Cargo Group expands into Poland

Rail Cargo Group’s strategy for better economic relations and improved business was just what the Polish economy needed, a country which managed to remain strong during the economic crisis of 2009.  Recently, Rail Cargo Group purchased a Polish rail transport company (Rail Time Polska), which means it will be able to operate its own locomotives on […]

P&O to handle Novi Sad port

P&O Ports will be taking over operations in the port of Novi Sad (Serbia), as part of a long-term plan to create an efficient multimodal center. Thanks to a Public-Private Partnership agreement to operate the port, P&O Ports plans to upgrade equipment and services, while supporting the Serbian Government’s strategy for a logistics center with […]

DSV moves into a new warehouse in Turkey

The Danish transport and logistics company DSV recently moved into a new warehouse, located in Turkey’s greater Istanbul area. The new logistics facility consists of 45,000 sqm of opened and closed warehousing, which includes 2,000 sqm of office spaces. The area is located in the municipality of Tuzla, which is part of the province of […]

New rail connection between East and West

A new railway connection between the Eastern and Western parts of Europe is now available, facilitating the way cargo travels through Europe and beyond. The cities of Moerdijk (The Netherlands) and Wroclaw (Poland) are connected via rail, with the total travel time between the two estimated to take freight forwarders 30 hours. The operator, Schavemaker […]

Trieste launches innovative intermodal project

Italy’s Port of Trieste is trying out a new strategy for multimodal freight transport, said to revolutionize seaside operations. Considering this is one of Italy’s important ports to the Adriatic Sea, Trieste authorities implemented the Comodalce project (Enhancing COordination on multiMODAL freight transport in CE). The aim of this complex change is to make intermodal […]