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25 September 2022 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 06:33 GMT+2

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New Hupac intermodal terminal in Poland

It will become operational in the autumn

The Swiss Hupac is finishing to prepare a new terminal of transhipment in Brwinów, in a logistics district about 25 kilometers southwest of Warsaw, which was made with an investment of 37 million euros. The plant, with a handling capacity of 12 pairs of trains per day in the second phase of the project, you can transfer from the road to rail up to 180,000 containers per year, for a reduction of CO2 emissions by up to 250,000 tons per year compared to road transport. The structure extends over a area of 140,000 square meters and includes a check-in area, a handling area of 42,000 square meters, offices and buildings Technical. In addition, another plot of land of 160,000 square meters is available for future developments.

"In the first phase - explained the CEO of the Hupac group, Michail Stahlhut - we will put into operation two transhipment tracks and three service tracks. Loading units they will be moved with reachstacker. In a second phase, we will increase the capacity and install three more tracks of transhipment and powerful gantry cranes». Remembering that fin from the beginning the terminal was designed for long trains 740 meters, Stahlhut pointed out that "in this way we anticipate the parameters of the European freight corridors and we get the maximum productivity for combined transport trains'.

Owner and operator of the plant is the Polish subsidiary Hupac Terminal Brwinów Sp. z o.o. The commissioning of the terminal is scheduled for next autumn. In initial phase the terminal will operate on two shifts.

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