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Rail Cargo Group News

First RCG train from Jinan arrives in Budapest

The first batch of healthcare equipment travelling on our fastest direct connection between Jinan and Budapest arrived in Europe on 27th April.


Component carrier now replacing flexible PCBs

Flexible circuit boards offer numerous advantages. However, the mechanical fixation of these circuit boards is highly complex. HARTING has developed a new solution based on 3D-MID technology that is capable of replacing flexible circuit boards. Thanks to component carriers, cost savings of up to two-thirds can be achieved.


InnoTrans Announces New Dates

InnoTrans 2020, which was due to take place in September this year, had to be postponed because of restrictions on large gatherings as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

GCF News


REDI tested and homologated Electronic Disc Relay manufactured by GCF is ready to debut in the national and European railway market.

Siemens News

Sacramento orders 20 light rail vehicles from Siemens Mobility

Siemens Mobility has been awarded a contract from the U.S. operator Sacramento Regional Transit (SacRT) for 20 new light rail vehicles (LRVs). This is the first new order from Sacramento since the late 1980s, when SacRT ordered 36 U2A vehicles from Siemens Mobility. The contract, including the 20 trains, spare parts and tools is approximately US$100 million.


Industry Collaboration Leads to Successful ETCS Testing of Class 387

GWR, Bombardier, DB Cargo, the DfT, Heathrow Airport and Porterbrook worked together to test the European Train Control System (ETCS) on the Class 387 electric multiple units on the mainline between Reading and Heathrow.

Rail Cargo Group News

Insights from corona crisis at Rail Cargo

We have been dealing with the crisis for six weeks now and we are feeling the effects. As the biggest logistics company in Austria, we are still able to keep the flow of goods moving and to secure supplies, even in these challenging times.

TX Logistik News

TX Logistik doubles number of round trips for Coop in Sweden

TX Logistik AG, a company specialized in Europe-wide transport services and part of the Italian railway group Polo Mercitalia (FS Italiane Group), has expanded its rail freight traffic in Sweden. As of 6 April, the number of trains between Bro (Stockholm) and Malmo for the Swedish retail chain Coop was increased from 10 to 20 per week. The connection is used to supply foodstuffs to the supermarkets in the south of the country.

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