… and on to Hungary, Greece and Turkey

Since the beginning of this week, trains have been running in direct service between the Munich-Riem and Wels CTT terminals. We offer three departures per week and direction on a scheduled basis. Closing time for containers, tank containers and swap bodies in Munich is 7:50 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, in the opposite direction from Wels at 5:45 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays and at 3:00 p.m. on Saturdays. The trains reach the destination terminals overnight, so that loading units can be picked up again early in the morning and delivered to the consignee.

Connecting trains for even more range

Munich-Riem and Wels CTT not only function as regional terminals, but also as hubs for further transports. Within Germany, for example, Cologne-Eifeltor and Leipzig-Wahren are also accessible for Austrian shipments. Within Austria, Wels is the hub for shipments to and from Vienna, Bludenz, Graz, Hall in Tyrol, Linz, St. Michael, Villach and Wolfurt, as well as to and from Sindos in Greece. There is also an international connection to and from Budapest. There again, Halkali near Istanbul is connected by rail. By the way, we offer all forwarding transports in the One-Stop-Shop procedure: one transport price and only one booking.

Take the environmental advantage with you

Per loading unit with a load weight of 25 tonnes, 280 kilograms of CO2 are saved compared to road transport on this new connection. This corresponds to a saving of more than 75 percent. So if you choose rail as your mode of transport, you automatically choose climate protection! In Austrian traffic, our customers transport particularly sustainably not only on the existing connections to and from Duisburg, Neuss and Ludwigshafen, but recently also to and from southern Germany. And with our numerous gateway connections, the savings on the long haul are increased many times over.

Your contact for more information on transports to and from Austria, Hungary, Greece and Turkey: Marijo Pesic, Sales, Head of Eastern and South-Eastern Europe, phone +49 69/79505-267 or mpesic@kombiverkehr.de.

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