Railway freight transportation firm PKP Cargo is interested in the establishment of direct connections between Poland and Luxembourg, the company’s executive director Jacek Neska has hinted.
The comment was cited by the Luxembourg-Poland Business Club, with the planned service directly connecting Luxembourg with Poznań and Warsaw.
“This is a long-term project which reflects European market trends for rail cargo logistics,” Neska said.
The planned link comes as the construction of a new cargo terminal in Bettembourg will help increase Luxembourg’s cargo handling capacity four-fold by 2015.
Within the past two years, PKP Cargo has established two key investments directed towards transport service between Eastern and Western Europe. The Luxembourg project would be of strategic significance to Poland.
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