Special performance at the Raimund Theater for ÖBB- apprentices
On May 9th, 2017 around 1,100 ÖBB-apprentices followed the invitation of CEO Andreas Matthä for this year’s musical event in the Raimund Theater, including many apprentices of the Rail Cargo Group from all over Austria.Read More
Next generation – knowledge transfer guaranteed
Around a quarter of all ÖBB employees will leave the company in the next few years and retire. In order to preserve the valuable knowledge and expertise of experienced colleagues, there are several initiatives at the Rail Cargo Group. The goal is the successful transfer of knowledge to the next generation.Read More
Welcome to Vienna!
Our freight train from China, loaded with 44 containers, has arrived safely in Vienna after 15 days. Together with numerous guests, the train will be festively received today at the Freight Centre Vienna South. This marks the start of the fourth regular high-frequency China connection.Read More
Sustainability begins in the mind
Pleasing outcome: The training for the energy driving licence has a lasting effect; our apprentices act as ambassadors and actively put what they have learned into practice in their jobs and leisure time.Read More
Railways simply explained:
Do you know what interoperability means? What does the term have to do with bridge construction? And why is it so important for efficient, seamless, cross-border rail freight transport in particular?Read More
There it goes, have a good trip!
12 April 2018, 10:00 a.m. local time Chengdu – an economic metropolis and the largest railway hub in the heart of China. The excitement is rising. All eyes are on our freight train. It will be the first to reach Vienna directly from China. Everything is ready. The departure signals are giving the go-ahead. TheRead More
We are Austria.
And Europe. And Asia.
As the backbone of national rail freight transport, in addition to the consistent implementation of internationalisation, we are also intensifying our presence in the Austrian market and realising professional end-to-end logistics Solutions.Read More
Rail Cargo Group can handle transport in China
We are intensifying Asian connections – the first Chengdu train is ready for the journeyRead More
Nonstop between Linz and Duisburg
On 8 March, a brand new Rail Cargo Group train service began its maiden journey from Austria to Germany. So that we will be operating a smart block train service with end-to-end transport chain planning between Linz and Duisburg.Read More
To the Balkan by rail
The Rail Cargo Group has been providing a railway logistics connection between Western European economic centres and countries in South and South East Europe as well as CIS countries for years with their rail products. Now a separate dispatcher centre has been implemented in Budapest to further simplify the process for our clients.Read More
When Generation Y coaches Baby Boomers
Is the application of new digital technology also a challenge for you? It is for a lot of people. Young colleagues grow up with smartphones, social media and the like and are usually better at using them than the older generations.Read More
Welcome to Bella Italia
The Rail Cargo Group provides a full range of transport services for rail freight transport to and from Italy with its direct railway connections to Italy – eco-friendly, safe and reliable. As a leading provider of intermodal and conventional railway logistic services to and from the port of Trieste and with a market share ofRead More
Train driver training backstage (1)
In our new series we accompany seven motivated colleagues from Italy on their training path to becoming train drivers.Read More
Born in Pilsen. At home throughout the world.
The logistics chain for consumer goods, until foods and beverages for the retail trade end up on supermarket shelves, is a long one. Because responsibility counts, golden Pilsner Urquell travels by rail.Read More
Railways simply explained:
Do you know what “double heading” means? Or why multiple-unit traction can take different forms? Why for example both traction units are placed at the front of a freight train and then at other times with one locomotive pushing from behind?Read More