CFL multimodal vient d’annoncer coup sur coup deux développements importants à même d’avoir une incidence importante sur le niveau de trafic réalisé au terminal intermodal de Bettembourg-Dudelange. Le groupe CFL Multimodal n’en finit plus d’annoncer de nouveaux développements pour son hub intermodal de Bettembourg-Dudelange.
Polish freight terminal operator CLIP and Luxembourg’s CFL Multimodal are to launch a ‘rail motorway’ service between Swarzędz near Poznań and Bettembourg-Dudelange by end of this year.
CLIP Intermodal and CFL multimodal have announced the launch of a rail motorway train between Swarzędz and Bettembourg-Dudelange by end of 2019. The train will start with four round trips per week and will be opened to containers, craneable semi-trailers as well as non-craneable semi-trailers thanks to the Lohr Railway System technology.
Lohr is showcasing the latest developments to the Lohr UIC wagon at the Transport Logistic trade fair in Munich where it will also announce a new road-rail transport service between Luxembourg and Poland and new terminals.
The world leader in the design, manufacture and marketing of car transporter vehicles, Lohr Automotive, presents its latest innovations at stand 215 - Hall 4.
Vingt wagons de ferroutage fabriqués par l’industriel bas-rhinois équipent la nouvelle « autoroute ferroviaire » Bettembourg-Barcelone mise en service la semaine passée.
Inaugurated on Tuesday 6 November by the SNCF Mobilités Chairman and CEO in the presence of the French Transport Minister, this new piggyback rail line between France and Italy reflects the Government’s intentions to revive this mode of transport. This is good news for both the freight sector and the environment.
On Tuesday 6 November, Transport Minister Elisabeth Borne, accompanied by SNCF Chairman Guillaume Pepy and Thierry Le Guilloux, Chairman of Viia, a freight operator and subsidiary of France’s national railway company, unveiled a new rolling motorway. The fourth to be launched in France, it is one of the longest, covering 1,150 kilometres and connecting Calais in northern France with Turin in Italy.
While the Government prepares its umpteenth plan to revive rail freight, whose modal share has halved since 1990, the Lohr Group has spent several years developing a unique piggyback solution in France: the Lohr Railway System. Its added bonus? The specially designed horizontal loading of standard semi-trailers.
The Viia Calais – Orbassano rolling motorway will start up in September 2018 with an experimental phase lasting until December. In January 2019, the train will be increased to 21 double LOHR UIC wagons and will be split into two from Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne to Orbassano.