New sustainable connections to the hinterland

Port of Antwerp-Bruges' international rail connections continue to expand to Germany, France, Poland and Italy.

Antwerpen – Duisburg (Germany)

HUPAC launched a new train service between Antwerp and Duisburg earlier this month. During an initial consolidation period, this train will run three times a week from Terminal Combinant to the DIT and DKT Terminals in Duisburg. By the second quarter of 2023, HUPAC plans to extend the train to at least one deep-sea terminal to strengthen the maritime connection.

This connection to Duisburg offers easy opportunities for reaching Austria, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Turkey and central Germany. For more information, please contact Luca Calabrese and Alberto Grisone.

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HUPAC: rail shuttle between Antwerp and Poznan

Zeebrugge – Dourges (France)

Since October 2022, Novatrans Greenmodal has been operating two additional trains on their weekly connection between Zeebrugge and Dourges. This means there are now five trains a week leaving with room for containers and tank containers. The connection runs from the P&O terminal in Zeebrugge to the Dourges LDCT Terminal in France. From there, further connections are possible to the south of France (Avignon, Bayonne, Bordeaux, Lyon, Mouguerre, Miramas/Marseille/Fos, Perpignan)

 

For more information, please contact contact@novatrans-greenmodal.eu

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New rail shuttle between Antwerp and Poznan.

Zeebrugge – Bari (Italy)

GTS began the longest freight rail link in Europe in October 2022. It covers 2,000 kilometres in 48 hours, connecting the CLdN terminal in Zeebrugge with the GTS terminal in Bari. Initially, this involves one journey per week. From 22 December, there will be three. The transport accommodates 32 containers, shifting 5 million kilometres of road transport to rail.

 

From Bari, goods can easily depart for Greece, Turkey or Albania. For more information, please contact Nick Ashman (tel: 0031 107371685) or via sales@gtslogisticnl.com.

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On the Port of Antwerp-Bruges website, you will find an updated version of the rail map, with some useful information, for the Antwerp and Zeebrugge platforms.

Updated rail map

17/7/2023
On the Port of Antwerp-Bruges website, you will find an updated version of the rail map, with some useful information, for the Antwerp and Zeebrugge platforms.
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