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.
A long-standing operator on the car transporter and rail-road transport markets, the Alsace-based company is setting its sights on new mobility solutions. The first marketing contracts for its Cristal shuttle are expected for the end of the year.
The industrial group LOHR and SAF-HOLLAND have sealed a technological and commercial partnership for the development of AXEAL - “AXle Electric Assist Lohr” - a hybridisation system for trailers or semi-trailers.
Renault is testing three ZOEs for on-demand service during the day, while the Transdev and LOHR groups are focusing on a shuttle to improve the night-time transport service..
The Plateau de Saclay to the north of Essonne and to the south-east of Les Yvelines is becoming a testing ground for autonomous vehicles. Renault and Transdev are running an i-Cristal autonomous shuttle and three autonomous ZOEs through two services: a supplement to the existing night-time transport service and an on-demand autonomous vehicle service during the day.
Inauguration of the Paris-Saclay Autonomous Lab, experimentation of autonomous mobility services connected to the infrastructure2019.05.15 - ViPress (FR)
The Spring event, which was held at Paris-Saclay yesterday (15 May 2019) was the opportunity for Vedecom, together with its partners, to present the Paris-Saclay Autonomous Lab experimentation resulting from the EVAPS project. The project aims to develop new autonomous (therefore driverless) mobility services on dedicated lanes, public highways and on campus, to supplement the existing transport solutions on the Plateau de Saclay.