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20 October 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 07:59 GMT+2

December 5, 2017

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TX Logistik will realize the service of railway traction in Switzerland on the Rhine-Alps Corridor

The company has in course investments for the acquisition of 40 locomotori fine-system of the Bombardier

From next 10 December, in concomitanza with the change of the hour programming, TX Logistik, the railway society that since last January is of entire property of the Italian group Mercitalia Logistics (group Italian Railroads of the State), it will newly have the responsibility of the activities of railway traction goods in Switzerland on the Rhine-Alps Corridor that connects Germany with Italy joining the nordeuropeo harbour system constituted by the ports of call of Amsterdam, Antwerp and Rotterdam with the port of Genoa.

"Integrating this part lacking our net - the managing director of TX Logistik has explained, Mirko Pahl - now we can offer to our customers all the elements of the coming performances from a single source". In order to increase the efficiency and the interoperability of own service, in particular on the transboundary drafts, the company has in course investments for locomotori the 40 acquisition of fine-system Traxx MS3 that will be delivered by the Bombardier beginning from 2019(on 13 November 2017). "The acquisition - it has emphasized the operating director of the railway society, Albert Bastius - allows to offer to our customers solutions us flexible and optimized at the level of costs. Moreover the elevated ability to traction, the relatively contained energetic costs and the elevated availability plays an important role in the cost analysis".

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