Successive governments have been seeking to develop rail motorways for a number of years. In 2022, the first rail motorway of the Atlantic seaboard connecting Cherbourg to Bayonne could come into service. Work has already begun in Normandy and Pays de Loire.
On the railway line between Perpignan and Luxembourg, trains have to withstand wind currents up till 140 kmph. For the transport of semi-trailers, only the Lohr wagosn are permitted to operate on the stretch where these winds occur. Could this be an example for the Great Belt Bridge in Denmark? ...
The French shipping company will be venturing into rail transport, adding a railway link to Spain to its ferry offer thanks to the construction of a multimodal terminal at Mouguerre.
The LOHR industrial group named after its founder, Robert Lohr, was created in 1963 just outside Strasbourg. It started by building car transporters, then military vehicles before turning to rail-road transport systems and new mobility solutions as the twenty-first century drew near. By road or rail, in town, (almost) everything runs on LOHR...
CFL multimodal has just announced two significant developments one after the other which could have a considerable impact on the level of traffic using the Bettembourg-Dudelange intermodal terminal. The CFL Multimodal Group continues to announce new developments for its Bettembourg-Dudelange intermodal hub.
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.
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.