International Rail

Commentary

The escalating political and economic crisis in Turkey, sparked by bribery and corruption investigations that have forced three cabinet ministers to step down, threatens to undermine the nation’s ambitious bid to become a global logistics hub.

News & Analysis

19 Apr 2017
The digital innovation “will give rise to a new generation of freight trains.”
12 Apr 2017
China-Europe containerized rail has evolved from a niche option with infrequent service and a small network to one attracting suppliers and second-tier companies with more and faster services to a wider array of destinations.
11 Apr 2017
The fire at MRS Logistica’s Station of Light caused severe damage to several buildings and disrupted services to the busiest container port in Brazil.
05 Apr 2017
Converting cargo from road to rail, aimed at easing chronic congestion at Chennai Port, continues to be a struggle.
30 Mar 2017
A Mexican government report alleging a lack of competition among the country’s top three rail operators may be the first test of a new railroad regulatory agency created last year.
28 Mar 2017
The acquisition, announced Tuesday, must still pass muster with regulators in the United States and Mexico.
23 Mar 2017
China-Europe rail is appearing as a regular service offered by forwarders as BCOs begin including the overland route in their requests for quotations.
23 Mar 2017
Russian antitrust authorities raided offices and seized documents Wednesday.
16 Mar 2017
India wants to switch from a point-to-point transportation system to a hub-and-spoke model.
13 Mar 2017
The port of Antwerp has gained a new rail service to Germany.