During the course of the year, new equipment will also reinforce the terminals in Budapest (Hungary) and Ceska Trebova (Czech Republic). They will handle containers that arrive by rail or are transhipped onto container trains.
Peter Kiss, CEO of the Metrans Group: “With the new technology, METRANS is preparing for the continued increase in rail transport, especially in the markets in Hungary, Czech Republic and Austria. On the one hand, we are increasing the terminals’ performance – their throughput capacity and their potential to manage higher peak loads. On the other hand, we are also bolstering our entire 19-terminal intermodal network.”