TX Logistik AG have revealed that there has been a significant demand for international waste transport by rail in 2023.
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TX Logistik AG has ordered a further 115 double pocket wagons of the T3000 type for intermodal transport.
Dr. Sigrid Nikutta, DB Board Member for Freight Transport and Head of DB Cargo AG, has taken over the Rail Freight Forward baton from Dr. Clemens Först who has been its Chair for five years.
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MagRail Booster technology will be installed on GATX Rail Europe supplied freight wagons and tested on rail infrastructure equipped with the system's trackside devices.
The Academy will prepare Freightliner’s freight train drivers for the in-cab digital signalling being introduced on the UK's East Coast Main Line.
MassDOT has opened a new round of funding to seek applications from rail freight supported businesses for projects to expand or improve rail freight.
The agreement reflects both CPKC and Teck's commitments to work together to reduce emissions and enhance supply chain reliability to supply the resources required for a low carbon future.
The aim of the test train's journey was to check the functionality of Digital Automatic Coupling (DAC) in different situations and conditions and to identify possible weak points to improve on.
Stadler have signed a contract with GB Railfreight to service and maintain their latest hybrid locomotives from 2025.
Stadler has signed a contract with GB Railfreight to provide full service for up to 30 Class 99 bi-mode locomotives.
The Australasian Railway Association has called for the swift implementation of the Inland Rail review recommendations to deliver certainty to rail freight operators.