Frankfurt, Germany (PortSEurope) August 20, 2021 – Kombiverkehr KG, an intermodal transport business, is to increase the number of trains operating between Mortara and Krefeld and between Mortara and Rotterdam CTT. From 6 September the trains between Mortara and Krefeld and between Mortara and Rotterdam CTT will make five round trips a week; the existing product on the Mortara – Ghent v.v. route will be
boosted from five to six weekly train departures in each direction. There are to be eight weekly round trips from January 2022.Also in September, the terminal in Venlo, Netherlands, will be added to the Benelux/Italy product range with five departures a week in each direction. “Since the Mortara services were integrated into our international network, the volume of consignments shipped on these routes has trended upwards. Many existing customers as well as new customers have ensured high train capacity utilisation,” said Peter Dannewitz, Head of Sales, on the new arrival to the product range. “With the addition of the Cabooter Terminal in Greenport Venlo, we are also gaining access to one of the strongest business and logistics locations in the Netherlands with an excellent multimodal transport infrastructure that is in very high demand from customers.” The services to and from Mortara, which are run in cooperation with BLS Cargo, SBB Cargo and Captrain Italia, have been in the Frankfurt operator’s portfolio from February 2021. Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2021.
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