After many years of successful collaboration, Real Rail and Green Cargo are strengthening their ties with a new partnership to continue to offer climate-smart transportation from north to south for Swedish business.
“It is very pleasing to continue the collaboration with Real Rail. Through the use of complex locomotive positioning and manpower planning, we can offer high quality and a robust system with a total of 60 trains a month in this partnership agreement,” says Richard Kirchner, SVP of Commercial, Green Cargo.
On the Helsingborg-Nässjö-Umeå-Luleå route and the Gothenburg-Umeå-Ånge-Luleå route, three full trains roll in each direction, five days a week, with intermodal shuttles containing perishable goods and industrial freight.
“We are also very pleased with our continued partnership and climate-smart transportation using Green Cargo. The new partnership agreement used wording that was reciprocal and clear, and offers even greater flexibility and structure to increase stability in production. Green Cargo is a qualified operator in terms of resource capacity in the form of personnel and locomotives,” says David Sandahl, CEO of Real Rail Sweden.
The transportation will reduce climate impact by 50 000 t of carbon emissions in 2020 alone, which means carbon emissions are over 90% lower compared with road transportation over the same distance. The agreement extends for three years with an option for an additional two years.
“Our vision is to develop and expand our traffic plan, and we are planning a new route between Stockholm and Gothenburg in the near future. We hope more companies choose rail as a transportation alternative for new climate-smart deals. Green Cargo is an important partner that takes sustainability issues seriously, which is in line with the Sandahl Group and Real Rail’s profile. Green Cargo is the perfect partner in our sustainable development,” says David Sandahl.
Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/rail-barge/06092019/real-rail-and-green-cargo-partner-to-offer-climate-smart-transportation/
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