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Eight day closure in December on Italian Network

In December, the Italian Infrastructure Manager RFI has to fully close the Luino pass for eight days.
Due to some critical issues encountered in the post-working checks to complete the PC80 equipment in the Luino-Laveno section, in order not to postpone the activation of the PC80 in the course of 2021, it will be necessary...

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Podcast about the importance of the Corridor

Our Managing Director Dr. Christiane Warnecke and Ulla Kempf, speaker of the Corridor’s Railway Undertakings Advisory Group participated in a podcast about the importance of the Rail Freight Corridor Rhine-Alpine.

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Reserve Capacity published

RFC Rhine-Alpine’s Reserve Capacity is now published.
Reserve Capacity (RC) is our product for your new recurrent business needs within the running timetable and consists of remaining capacity in the running timetable dedicated to international ad-hoc freight trains on RFC Rhine-Alpine.

For the rest of 2020 and the whole timetable...

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Satisfaction Survey - Your feedback is vital to us!

On the 24th September 2020, the annual RFC User Satisfaction Survey will be re-launched.

With this survey, we aim to understand better the current opinion of our customers regarding our products and services further. Your feedback will improve them for the benefit of international rail freight.

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Report on National Differences in Infrastructure Planning

National differences in Infrastructure Planning lead to difficulties when looking at Capacity Bottlenecks on our Rail Freight Corridor.

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Ceneri Base Tunnel Opening - Interview with MB Chairman Guus de Mol

In the context of the Ceneri Base Tunnel Opening today, our Management Board Chairman Guus de Mol was invited to the RailFreight Live Talk, which is hosted by railfreight.com every Friday.

Guus de Mol stressed the benefits the tunnel offers for railway undertakings and the economy in the future. When the tunnel opens for regular traffic in December, "it makes it possible to run longer trains with heavier loads" de Mol stated.

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