Publication of Reserve Capacity TT 2023
We are happy to announce that RFC Rhine-Danube published Reserve Capacity for TT 2023, which is now accessible in PCS and ready to be ordered. The Reserve Capacity is our product for new recurrent business needs and ad-hoc traffic within the runningMORE DETAILS
Updates to RFC User Satisfaction Survey 2022
We would like to inform our partners about the publication of the updated summary of the results of RFC User Satisfaction Survey 2022 specific for RFC Rhine-Danube. The update includes an action plan discussed with the RU and Terminal Advisory Groups,MORE DETAILS
Publication of updated TCR overview
We would like to inform our customers about the publication of the updated overview of Temporary Capacity Restrictions (TCRs) on RFC Rhine-Danube. This update concerns TCRs of DB Netz. It can be accessed via our website (https://rfc-rhine-danube.eu/temporary-capacity-restrictions-tcrs/),MORE DETAILS
Invitation to submit capacity wishes for timetable 2024-2025
The corridor Capacity wishlist survey is now available to submit your international capacity wishes and needs for 2024-2025. The results of the survey will be one of the main elements that the Rail Freight Corridors will use to build the PaP CataloguesMORE DETAILS
- We are part of the production chain of rail freight services and face similar challenges to our business partners (RUs, Terminals, end-customers). We want to fulfil our responsibility and take an active role in creating a seamless mobility chain.
- We have a strong desire to make a difference. We commit ourselves to finding solutions for rail freight transport by being result-oriented and applying a “hands-on mentality” to rail infrastructure challenges.
RFC 9 Rhine-Danube Rail Freight Corridor
Permanent Management Office
Address: H-1087 Budapest, Könyves Kálmán krt. 54-60.
Tel.: +36 30 260 3832
Address: Adam-Riese-Straße 11-13 / 60327 Frankfurt am Main
Tel.: +49 1523 2104340