PKP CARGO CONNECT GmbH, a company belonging to the PKP CARGO group, will launch a network of its own group car connections at the end of January.

PKP CARGO Group will launch road connections with the Balkan countries

This is reported by the railway magazine Railway Supply with reference to PKP CARGO CONNECT.

Transportation will be carried out between Poland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia and Serbia. The company initiative stems from the fact that the growing trade between Poland and the Baltic and Balkan markets requires logistics operators to search for new solutions in the field of freight transport and provide complex services.

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Therefore, PKP CARGO CONNECT GmbH has expanded its offer to include road transport of groupage cargo along the Three Seas Initiatives route.

Due to the pallet service, which will be able to fulfill even the smallest orders from January, i.e. from one to several pallets, the possibilities of transporting single loads in international deliveries will increase.

The main hubs on the groupage line provided by PKP CARGO CONNECT GmbH will be Vilnius and Budapest, from where all deliveries to end users will be carried out. Poland will use 2 transshipment terminals in Warsaw and Gliwice.

The whole process of transportation of groupage cargo will be carried out within 3 days in Lithuania, Poland and Hungary. Transport to Latvia, Estonia, Croatia, Slovenia and Serbia will take 4 days.

Customers will be able to use not only the transport offer of PKP CARGO CONNECT GmbH, but also the transshipment, warehouse and customs services provided by the company.

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