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EUROGATE Intermodal starts Bremerhaven to Frankfurt/Main rail service

EUROGATE Intermodal (EGIM) has launched a direct rail service between the container terminals Bremerhaven-Nordhafen and the inland terminal Deutsche Umschlag-gesellschaft Schiene-Strabe (DUSS) in Frankfurt/Main, Germany, which began operating yesterday

03 May 2020 - 19:00

EUROGATE Intermodal (EGIM) has launched a direct rail service between the container terminals Bremerhaven-Nordhafen and the inland terminal Deutsche Umschlag-gesellschaft Schiene-Strabe (DUSS) in Frankfurt/Main, Germany, which began operating yesterday.

The Hamburg-based provider of combined transport by rail and road directly connects EUROGATE terminals CT 2, MSC Gate and the North Sea Terminal (NTB) with the DUSS terminal in Frankfurt-East twice a week.



Import departures leave Bremerhaven-Nordhafen on Sundays and Wednesdays. Northbound export trains depart Frankfurt-East on Mondays and Thursdays, reported AJOT.



The service has a capacity of 96 TEU per departure and direction. The company boxXpress.de GmbH operates as traction provider for this service as well as other EGIM connections.



The new product complements EGIM's existing range of services between Bremerhaven and Kornwestheim, Mannheim, Munich, Nuremberg and Ulm. EGIM also connects the seaports of Hamburg, Wilhelmshaven and Rotterdam with other inland terminals in southern Germany and Hungary.



EGIM sales manager Niels Riedel said: 'We are pleased to further support Bremerhaven's role as an important hub for northwestern Europe.'


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