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Metrans launches new regular train service in Europe

A new regular common user train service was recently launched by Metrans that links the Croatian port of Rijeka, via the Adriatic Gate Container Terminal (AGCT), to Budapest in Hungary.

More specifically, the new rail cargo service, that was launched in June, connects AGCT with Metrans’ Csepel Terminal in Budapest.

"We commend Metrans for launching this new service that connects Rijeka to Csepel Terminal and Metrans’ entire intermodal network in Europe. Unlike the multiple regular weekly block trains between Rijeka and different rail hubs in Budapest that are dedicated to individual clients, this common user service enables freight forwarders and shippers to book landside services directly with Metrans," commented Emmanuel Papagiannakis, AGCT chief executive officer.

In particular, the common rail service runs twice per week at a fixed timetable, offering a direct connection between Rijeka and Budapest without stopovers.

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