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VTG is terminating its tank container transport and logistics business and will discontinue the relevant activities by the end of the second quarter of 2023.
Customers in Germany and the Netherlands can be reached without pipelines or inland ports.
VTG Rail Logistics has stepped up its presence in the Baltics.
Already well established at ports such as Rotterdam and Göteborg, FastTrack is now also going off the blocks at another key European freight node.
In June 2022, Tatravagónka started operation of the second assembly line for the production of hopper wagons for transport of cereals.
In November 2021, VTG Rail Russia (OOO VTG), provider of wagon rental services on the Russian market, has signed a contract with RM Rail for the supply of 250 Model 13-1258-01 container wagons.
On 11 November 2021, Transmash has signed a contract for delivery of 250 Model 13-9744-06 wagons for containers and tank-containers with VTG Rail Russia.
On 13 September 2021, OVK (UWC) has signed a new agreement to supply 100 container wagons to VTG Rail Russia.
On behalf of LIQVIS GmbH, a Uniper SE subsidiary, VTG AG has successfully completed initial tests involving the transportation by rail of cryogenically liquefied natural gas in specially developed tank wagons.
In the shape of the SWS-PowerBox, VTG is adding to its offerings to deliver temperature-controlled rail transport.
On 29 June 2021, the first train carrying spoil removed from HS2 construction works in London left the HS2 Logistics hub in Willesden.
On 12 October 2020 VTG Rail Logistics Deutschland and European Loc Pool have announced signature of a long-term full-service leasing contract for up to four EURODUAL locomotives.
Following the acquisition of a majority share in Carbo Rail by VTG Rail Logistics, VTG further strengthens its presence in the region of central-eastern Europe.
Under a transaction signed in February 2020 and now approved by the relevant antitrust authorities, VTG Rail Logistics GmbH has acquired a majority stake in Slovakian railway operator Carbo Rail. With immediate effect, the Hamburg-based group has thus taken full charge of Carbo Rail’s strategic development and operational management.