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Freight train from China


North Korea and China resume rail service

The second train to North Korea left on Tuesday. Eyewitnesses spotted a freight train en route from the Chinese city of Dandong to North Korea.
Train Hungary


Railway access fees in Hungary could be reduced by 40%

The Hungarian government has proposed a 40% reduction in access fees to the national rail network. This will be implemented by temporarily eliminating the surcharge, which is an additional fee charged when using the railway infrastructure.


Operail sells non-strategic assets

Operail started the process of selling non-strategic assets as part of a partial privatization that began 1. 5 years ago.
Estonian railway


Estonia wants to impose sanctions against Russian Railways, but its railway sector does not agree

After a new round of sanctions against Russia by the EU, the Estonian Foreign Ministry proposed direct sanctions against Russian Railways, which would mean a complete stop of business between Estonian railway companies and Russian Railways.
container terminal


A new container terminal was commissioned in Mostysk

The companies UGTC Trade and Levada Cargo put into operation a modern container terminal in Mostysk, located 4 km from the Polish border.
PKP Cargo coal


The first shipment of coal from Ukraine

The first deliveries of coal from Ukraine to Poland can be expected within a week, reports Railway Supply magazine with reference to Nakolei.
Bilk Terminal


BILK terminal in Budapest needs a new design

The rail freight terminal approached Hamburg Port Consulting (HPC) to develop a project for the development of its BILK terminal in Budapest.
freight transportation


Freight car queues at western borders reduced to 19,000

Queues at the western border crossings have decreased over the past week and do not exceed 19 thousand wagons, UZ reported during a meeting with representatives of the agricultural business on September 22.


The ban on the transportation of grain to the station Szczebrzeszyn will not be extended

The convention for the transportation of grain to the station Szczebrzeszyn (Poland) will not be extended. A representative of the Polish operator PKP LHS informed about this during a meeting with Polish railway workers on September 22, reports Railway Supply citing Rail.
electromobiles by rail


China’s railways allowed to transport electric vehicles by rail

After two years of intense lobbying on this issue, it is finally possible to send electric vehicles by rail. From September 17, finished vehicles can be transported to, from and through China by rail.
railway transport


EU reaffirms its railway sector development plan

“Rail transport is a growing sector, as confirmed by UNIFE's study of the global rail market, which predicts an annual growth of 3% until 2027.
RC Hungaria


New intermodal solutions for the Ukrainian exports

Since the transportation of Ukrainian containers from the blocked ports of the Black Sea is impossible, Rail Cargo Operator - Hungaria has opened new, previously unused routes for the delivery of containers with Ukrainian goods to the ports of the Adriatic.