Located on central corridors and in the most important national economic centres, the terminals form the central link in an integrated intermodal transport chain. We therefore lay the foundation for a broad range of services and ensure efficient coordination between loading agents, forwarders, operators, rail transport companies and shipping companies too. From handling of loading units, to collection and delivery of trains and wagon groups, we reliably offer the entire spectrum of services from a single source, with our core task being the handling of containers, swap bodies and semi-trailers.
Our services in detail
- All terminal services, such as reloading and loading/unloading of loading units (containers, swap bodies, semi-trailers)
- Collection and delivery of trains and wagon groups
- Storage possibilities
- Claim settlements in the event of damage to containers or loads
- Repairs to containers
- Additional and consulting services in the field of customs clearance
The Budapest BILK container terminal is crucially important. After all, in Hungary, the terminal is the handling centre for unaccompanied combined transport units and forms the hub for combined goods transport headed towards Western and South-Eastern Europe.
With the Railport Arad Intermodal Terminal in Curtici – which is one of the largest and most state-of-the-art railway terminals in Romania and one of the largest in Central and Eastern Europe – the Rail Cargo Group offers efficient terminal services. This enables us to ensure maximum service quality along the entire logistics and transport chain.
In Slovakia, the Rail Cargo Group operates container terminals in Bratislava, Košice, Ružomberok and Žilina. The Žilina terminal is especially significant for the automotive industry. Bratislava is in a strategically favourable location, especially for transports to Austria and Hungary. No less interesting is the fact that the terminal is directly connected to the Danube, which enables efficient handling between rail and internal waterway transport.
In the Czech Republic, the Rail Cargo Group has container terminals in Brno, Mělník, Ostrava and Přerov, which are the perfect places to reach destinations in Slovakia, Czech Republic and Poland from.
In Austria, the cargo centres and terminals are operated by the Austrian Federal Railways infrastructure. You are the specialist and neutral service provider for cargo handling and many other terminal services.