At Transpotec 2019 in Verona the Russian-Belorussian-Kazakh alliaince company UTLC detailed the significant growth in container transport along the Euro-Asian railway axis through its measuring index ERAI. “We lack a direct train to Italy, but we are negotiating with a large German operator. However, we need to find an Italian partner”, Chairman Grom explained
The new loco produced at the Vado Ligure workshop is ready for deliver to Captrain Italia together with 4 more; 5 sister units are due to come in 2020 and probably 10 more in 2021
Another international partnership for the Italian port that is connected to German inland terminal of Duisburg by railway, with support of Rail Cargo, Grimaldi and SamSkip
Hupac has launched P386 semitrailer transport from Antwerp, Belgium to Barcelona, Spain
H.Essers and Lineas launch direct connection from Euro Terminal Genk to Samer Terminal Trieste
COSCO and Bolloré strengthen logistics partnership for the digitization of their respective activities and services
According to the analysis carried out by the technical committee of the Ministry of Infrastructures and Transports, costs outweigh benefits by 7-8 billion euro, depending on the scenario. Goods flows are insufficient to justify the Turin-Lyon high-speed railway at the Fréjus tunnel, but what about Ventimiglia?
Having been granted the Licence by the Italian Ministry of Infrastructures and Transport and the Safety Certificate by the Italian Railway Safety Agency, Sangritana Spa will be able to carry out railway freight transport services through the Italian network, thus reaching Verona Quadrante Europa Interport autonomously
Message from the experts in Canton Ticino about 'dystonia' between the 4.0 and container industries, with a critical look at 50 years of containerization
Ravano (DSP Lugano): "We need to conduct a more in-depth discussion on three key elements: the machine, the process and the system automations"
The relaunch of the Romagna territory – seriously affected by the Italian government’s absurd anti-drilling decisions, damaging the flourishing offshore industry – is based on the Hub Project, which will require new workers with specific skills