Koper, Slovenia (PortSEurope) August 19, 2021 – Amber RFC has published it Annual Report for 2020. Rail Freight Corridor Amber is a cooperation of five railway Infrastructure Managers: SŽ-I (Slovenia), GYSEV and MÁV (Hungary), ŽSR (Slovakia) and PLK (Poland) and the Hungarian Rail Capacity Allocation Office VPE. These six partners are jointly managing and developing the Rail Freight Corridor in line with EU-Regulation 913/2010 concerning
a European rail network for competitive freight and Commission Implementing Decision 2017/177 with a view on meeting growing customer expectations and improving the conditions for efficient, competitive, sustainable and reliable rail freight. RFC Amber connects the heart of Europe, a prosperous region in Central Europe comprising the dynamically and fast-growing economies of Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Slovenia. End-to-end the corridor has an extension of ca. 1.400 km, including different routes. The total length of principal lines is therefore almost the double and including all diversionary and connecting lines the length of the network covered by RFC Amber is more than 3.300 km. The annual report includes details of the organisation’s activities and projects. The full report can be downloaded here Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2021.
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