Rail Cargo Group and LogServ have agreed to extend their joint use of dispatch wagons for five more years. The extended agreement was signed in late January and will be in place from April 1. It follows an already successful 5-year period of cooperation between the companies.
During the International Railway Summit’s ‘Achieving net-zero mobility by 2050’ panel, industry experts discussed how rail will play a pivotal role in the transition to net-zero emissions. Here are three lessons we learnt from the event.
AUSTRALIA’s federal government has given an extension to Canberra’s light rail system the environmental green light, paving the way for the project to go out to tender with work likely to start later this year.
It is now possible to load non-cranable trailers on the train from the port of Rotterdam. This is thanks to the VEGA-VTG plates, which are available at the C.RO Ports terminal in the Botlek. This vertical loading technology lifts non-cranable trailers on the train between the United Kingdom and the Polish city Rzepin.