Private freight

MID-JULY saw the start of open-access freight services on Romania’s national rail network. Rail engineering and rolling stock maintenance company Sefer SA has started hauling petroleum products from Brazi, southeast of Ploiesti, to Chitila, northeast of Bucuresti. The 30-wagon train carries 2500 tonnes, but capacity will be increased to 3200 ...

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