ČD Cargo Logistics has launched another kind of transport of Ukrainian grain, this time using big bags. These were purchased by Resilient, which is the main customer for the transports of Ukrainian agrarian commodities provided by ČD Cargo Logistics (ČDCL).
The number of people fleeing Ukraine has risen steadily since the outbreak of the war, with a proportionate increase in the number of train journeys made by refugees.
Over 4 million people have now fled the war in Ukraine.
On 23 March 2022, the city of Cottbus/Chóśebuz became the third hub for refugees from Ukraine in Germany, adding to the two existing centres in Berlin and Hannover.
According to UN data, some 3 million refugees have now fled Ukraine in the three weeks since the Russian invasion.
The Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER) expresses its full solidarity with Ukraine and its people.
28 February 2022: Due to the recent developments in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus, Stadler would like to provide clarity on its current business activities in this region.
At 13.07 on 3 March 2022, the first of the humanitarian trains that RegioJet plans to run every day in cooperation with the humanitarian organisation Člověk v tísni (People in Need) arrived at Praha hl. n.