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Hupac: "Rastatt never again"

The Swiss-based intermodal operator is organising a special one-day conference in Düsseldorf on 6th December
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"Rastatt - the worst incident in European rail freight - will soon be over, and the system will slowly come back to normality," says Hupac.

"The disruption is, however, an opportunity to tackle the railway deficiencies that have most heavily impacted on the performance during this crisis: scarce priority of freight versus passenger requirements, lack of international coordination, no contingency plans, operational obstacles, just to mention a few."

Hupac will be organising a stakeholder forum with shippers, transport operators, railway undertakings and politicians, with the aim of setting priorities and giving clear signals of urgency regarding the implementation of the "lessons of Rastatt".

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