Metrans’ railway subsidiary Hamburger Hafen & Logistik has acquired a 51% stake in the Croatian operator Adria Rail, which provides freight transport from the Adriatic to central and southeastern Europe and operates an inland terminal at Indjija in Serbia. Railway Supply writes about this with reference to the Railway Gazette.


Metrans also continues to invest in Hungary, where construction of a hub terminal in Zalaegerszeg is ongoing and an additional terminal is planned to be built in Szeged. Both terminals are scheduled to be operational by 2025.

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“The countries of South East Europe are experiencing a period of dynamic growth, so new logistics solutions are required,” said the CEO of Metrans. “We want to provide climate-friendly rail transport that efficiently connects freight flows and transport hubs across Europe.”

Metrans offers more than 650 regular train routes per week and carried 1.4 million TEU in 2022.

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