DB Cargo UK has started work on a multi-million programme of investment to improve track and rail infrastructure at three key sites.
Rail & barge
Kalmar has secured a contract to supply leading European rail operator Lineas Intermodal with two Kalmar hybrid straddle carriers.
The new offence to prevent dangerous devices being used to shut down public thoroughfares and infrastructure was an important measure to protect everyday citizens.
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd announces organisational changes, including the retirement of its Executive Vice-President, Operations at the end of September and the naming of his successor.
The trial run was in preparation for the start of Freightliner’s bulk haulage service for Mendip Rail Ltd.
Last year, the Supreme Court of Pakistan banned manual handling of coal at Karachi Port Trust. Now, while the people working at the port and those living around it have won relief, there are increasing complaints that those along the route of vehicles carrying the coal upcountry have become highly vulnerable.
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd has announced record second quarter revenues this year of CAN$1.98 billion.
36 rail cars carrying coal have derailed into the Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge in Virginia.
Toll Mining Services’ contract includes the full logistics chain of product transport from mine site to shipping.
The new two-way rail service will commence on 28 June and has been launched on the back of customer demand to open up the rail link between the South of England with Central Scotland.
AutoHaul trains have firmly positioned Western Australia and its heavy-haul rail industry as a global leader in the joint development and application of rail technology.
US$19.2 million of federal funding has been awarded to the Chicago Region Environmental and Transportation Efficiency programme’s Dolton Junction Interlocking project.
The Queensland Government has committed to address high track access charges on the Mt Isa rail corridor.