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A new rail freight connection between Antwerp in Belgium and the rail freight terminal ‘Wien Süd’, owned by Austrian Federal Railways (OEBB) has been set up, with the first shuttle arriving a few days ago.
ÖBB Terminal Wien Süd, Austria
Terminal Service Austria (TSA), which operates OEBB Infrastructure’s seven terminals, received the shuttle, named ‘LEO’, from Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC), the world’s second-largest container shipping company headquartered in Switzerland. MSC will operate the route using ‘dedicated company trains’ with two return trips per week.
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