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“All freight trains are running on schedule without any restrictions,” says RCG. “Depending on customer requirements, the capacity for intermodal and conventional rail freight transport can be increased at any time.”
Rail and road transhipment services are continuing through RCG’s warehouses in Desio and Santo Stino di Livenza for final distribution throughout Italy. The following intermodal TransFER connections to and from Italy are still operating: Munich – Trieste; Salzburg – Trieste; Villach – Trieste; Wels – Trieste; Trieste – Vienna – Linz – Trieste; Salzburg – Trieste – Graz – Salzburg; Verona – Lübeck and Vienna – Melzo. Conventional freight services, including the transport of dangerous goods, are operating from Villach to Santo Stino, Desio, San Giorgio Di Nogaro, Lugo, Pescara, Maddaloni and Bicocca.
The Rolling Road (Rola) piggyback service on the Wörgl – Brenner route is operating with train frequency determined according to the needs of freight forwarders and truck drivers. The Trento – Wörgl Rola route was temporarily suspended on March 11, but RCG says it is working on how to resume the service.
Freight services between the German ports of Bremerhaven and Hamburg and Melnik, as well as between the Slovenian port of Koper and Bratislava, Žilina, Vratimov, Paskov and Kaliningrad are still running.
The Melnik – Hamburg/Bremerhaven, Paskov – Gdansk and Hohenau – Bohumin/Petrovice TransFER are operating as scheduled, with locomotives changed and disinfected at the Czech border.
The TransFER link between Bratislava/Zilina and Koper is operating according to schedule with locomotive changes taking place at the Slovakian border.
The non-stop Paskov – Gdansk TransFER service is running as scheduled.
The following TransFER connections are operating as scheduled: Villach – Koper and Duisburg – Ljubljana as well as the Wels – Maribor Rola service.
The following TransFER connections to and from Germany are running to schedule: Enns – Hamburg, Linz – Hamburg/Bremerhaven, Melnik – Hamburg/Bremerhaven, Vienna – Hamburg/Bremerhaven, Wolfurt – Hamburg/Bremerhaven, Vienna/Linz – Rotterdam, Wolfurt – Rotterdam, Duisburg – Ljubljana and Linz – Duisburg – Wels.
The following TransFER connections to and from Hungary are operating:d Sopron – Budapest – Istanbul, Budapest – Koper, Budapest – Neuss, Budapest – Ploiesti, Wels – Vienna – Budapest, Budapest – Balkans, and Sopron – Bucharest.
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