Thanks a lot for joining us in Warsaw!
Majorie van Leijen
RailFreight Summit 2022
Moving to a new reality
The new reality Poland is facing after the war on Ukraine was at the heart of the discussion at the RailFreight Summit 2022 in Warsaw, which was held on 7 & 8 September 2022. Within a few months, the role of Poland in the international rail freight market changed completely. Whereas it used to be the gateway to Europe for traffic from Asia with the most heavily consumed border crossing on the New Silk Road, it needs to reinvent itself today as a result of the war in Ukraine. It was a record-breaking edition with over 300 delegates.
The 6th edition of RailFreight Summit will take place on 19-20 April 2023!
Watch our special webinar where we discuss the key takeaways of the RailFreight Summit 2022
Topics that were discussed during RailFreight Summit 2022:
- Connection to the New Silk Road
- Absorbing sea freight volumes, Preserving the bread basket for Europe, Upgrading the border facilities (Poland > Ukraine), swap different types of cargo
- New technologies
- The quality of the network
- Financing a reliable Polish network
- Level of competitiveness in the market
We welcomed a record-breaking edition at the RailFreight Summit 2022! Over 300 rail freight industry professionals attended the 5th edition of the RailFreight Summit. Amongst them were:
- logistics providers
Infographic | Volumes on the New Silk Road
For the first time in over a decade of stable and continuous growth, rail freight traffic between China and Europe is experiencing a period of stagnation. In the first half of 2022, freight train trips between China and Europe witnessed a 2 per cent increase, while the amount of TEUs carried rose by 2.6 per cent.
We have gathered some of the latest figures on a downloadable infographic.
Special webinar focused on the new position of Poland
On the 19th of August, we organised a special webinar ‘Poland, the new reality’ focused on the changing role of Poland. Whereas it used to be the gateway to Europe for traffic from Asia with the most heavily consumed border crossing on the New Silk Road, it needs to reinvent itself. Where are we now?
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