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Metrans starts new Hungary-Romania connection

Christian Fernsby |
Starting from Friday 15 October, Metrans starts a new roundtrip service between Budapest, Hungary and Arad in Romania.

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"We are glad to inform you, that in regards to the increasing number of requests about an expansion of Metrans activities in Romania, a new regular connection between Budapest and Arad (Afluent terminal) will be launched," Metrans said.

"Herewith, we would like to highlight, that we appreciate the support of terminal Afluent, also we are pleased that we will be able to meet the requirements of our customers with the new supplementary service. Together with partner Afluent we will develop also the depot activities, first/last mile trucking services. We are looking forward to further increase our common cooperation through this route too," the operator said.

Trains will depart the terminal in Budapest on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, while in the other direction they leave Arad on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Czech railway operator Metrans Rail is one of the market leaders in intermodal transport. It connects major sea cargo hubs such as North Sea and Adriatic ports, or broad gauge change rail hubs with inland Europe.

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