Capacity wish list for TT2019.

02.05.2017

The nine Rail Freight Corridors would like to initiate a coordinated consultation of all interested applicants, in order to collect your international capacity wishes and needs for the annual timetable 2019.

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Multi-corridor view as a new functionality in the Customer Information Platform.

25.04.2017

The takeover of the Customer Information Platform (CIP) by RailNetEurope (RNE) and its rollout to six participating Rail Freight Corridors (RFCs) made it possible for the CIP to become a multi-corridor tool providing harmonised information processes. This included the possibility for users to navigate easily between the information for individual RFCs displayed on the CIP.

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RAG/TAG Meeting 30.03.2017 in Berlin.

13.04.2017

The meeting of the RFC North Sea-Baltic Advisory Group of Terminal owners and managers (TAG) and the Railway Undertaking Advisory Group (RAG) took place on the 30.03.2017 in Berlin.

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RFC North Sea – Baltic Annual Report 2016

10.04.2017

The Management Board of RFC North Sea – Baltic, has a pleasure in informing you that the RFC North Sea – Baltic Annual Report 2016 is available on the corridor website.

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Rail Freight Corridor North Sea-Baltic
– Your East West Rail Bridge across Europe

RFC North Sea – Baltic was established in accordance with Regulation (EU) 913/2010. Its geographical outline includes also changes in accordance with Regulation (EU) 1315/2013 and 1316/2013 and the Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2015/1111.

RFC North Sea – Baltic runs through six of EU Member States: starting in North Sea ports of Antwerpen, Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Wilhelmshaven, Bremerhaven and Hamburg spreading in central Germany through Aachen – Hannover/Berlin – Warsaw – Terespol (Poland-Belarus border) / Kaunas / Falkenberg – Prague / Wroclaw – Katowice. It is intended also to gradually extend Rail Freight Corridor North Sea – Baltic by 2020 to Estonia, Latvia and towards Poland – Ukraine border.

RFC North Sea – Baltic includes more than 6000 km of railway lines and connects the most important North Sea ports with Central Europe and the Baltic States.

The corridor is operational since November 2015.