RailFreight Summit Poland 2020
Shifting to Rail
We are looking forward to welcoming you in Poznan Majorie van Leijen The third edition of the RailFreight Summit takes place on 1, 2 and 3 September in Poznan, Poland. Due to its geographic importance, the region in and around Poland is developing in rapid pace. A network of hubs is in the making, connecting countries such as Poland, Czech Republic and Slovakia to Western Europe, China, the Baltic states and the Adriatic coast. At this event, high-level speakers share their insights and knowledge on this topic.
We are looking forward to welcoming you in Poznan
Majorie van Leijen
The third edition of the RailFreight Summit takes place on 1, 2 and 3 September in Poznan, Poland. Due to its geographic importance, the region in and around Poland is developing in rapid pace. A network of hubs is in the making, connecting countries such as Poland, Czech Republic and Slovakia to Western Europe, China, the Baltic states and the Adriatic coast. At this event, high-level speakers share their insights and knowledge on this topic.
The health and safety of our delegates, partners, speakers and employees is of utmost importance to us. Due to the COVID-19 virus we therefore decided to postpone the RailFreight Summit Poland 2020 to 1, 2 and 3 September 2020. Any questions? Please find the FAQ and measurement taken.
Confirmed speakers are:
Topics to be discussed
- Infrastructure Improvements
- Connecting European Ports
- Hub and Spoke System
- Successful Hubs as an Example
- Intermodal Network and Terminals
- Baltic or Adriatic?
- Europe or China?
- Rail Baltica Impact
- New Silk Road Impact
- Corridors in Poland
Around 150 logistics specialists attend this conference. You will meet logistics providers, operators, shippers and carriers but also academics, policymakers and lawyers and consultants visit our events. It is an international event with visitors from Europe and abroad.
At this event you gain knowledge about the latest developments, understand the routes and connections and learn how to grasp the current business opportunities in the region. Of course, you will also leave with new contacts and another experience.
The latest news about rail freight in Poland
Port of Gdansk handles 8.7% less cargo in Q1 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has impacted the port of Gdansk in the first quarter of 2020. The total cargo volumes handled by the port went down by 8.3 per cent compared to the same period last year. Transshipments in the Polish port recorded a the level of 11.3 million tonnes. Decreases were recorded in most cargo… Read more ›
New Shandong-Europe Express links China and Hamburg
The new Shandong-Europe Express train from Jinan has arrived in Hamburg’s Billwerder Terminal, delivering valuable and time-sensitive cargo from China. “The Shandong Express arrived on 30 April in Hamburg in the midst of the coronavirus crisis. It is a powerful sign in trying times for all of us”, Chinese Consul General in Germany DU Xiaohui… Read more ›
Intermodal Poland: from record-breaking to struggling business
A year ago, he was the most optimistics man in his corner of the world, but today, he is struggling with dropping volumes, congested terminals and a looming economic crisis. Dariusz Stefanski, CEO of the Polish operator PCC Intermodal, explains how the ongoing corona crisis is impacting the intermodal business, in Poland and beyond.
Facts & Figures
What is the share of rail in Poland? And how has the rail freight market developed over the years? Download the factsheet about the situation of rail freight in Poland!
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Partners RailFreight Summit Poland 2020:
Poland is at crossroads, not only between West and East, but also between the Baltic and Adriatic Sea, between the Baltic States and mainland Europe and between two major corridors connecting the most important transport hubs of Europe. Each year we strike down at one of these hubs, setting the stage for an international gathering of all those involved in this intermodal network. We have been in Wroclaw and Gdansk. In 2020, we are in Poznan.
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