de_foto_kranbahn“The Combined Transport Terminal’s efficient infrastructure and Frankfurt (Oder)’s central geographical location are an important basis for the development of our European intermodal network. This was the reason why we chose to become the operator of the terminal in April 2012.”

Dariusz Stefanski, CEO of PCC Intermodal. The Polish rail operator PCC Intermodal serves all economic centres in Poland via the Terminal for Combined Transport in Frankfurt (Oder).

de_foto_kv-terminalAs an intermodal location, Frankfurt (Oder)/Eisenhüttenstadt offers outstanding transport connections via road, rail, waterway and air. Approx. 75 % of east-west traffic in Europe travels via the A12 (E30) motorway, which runs directly through the region. The freight village in Frankfurt (Oder) has become an important hub for road/rail Combined Transport (CT). Fully-developed industrial and commercial areas are available with both, motorway and rail connection.

The inland port in Eisenhüttenstadt is connected to the European inland waterways network and acts as an interface for truck, rail and shipping traffic.

From the public shunting yard in Ziltendorf, connecting trains serve the industrial areas, offering transportation of full trains and train units.

de_foto_berThe new Berlin-Brandenburg international airport (BER) will commence its operations with a capacity of 27 million passengers. At its greatest development stage, it can be increased up to 45 million passengers. The BER will provide business travellers, tourists and companies in the capital region with an international airport and optimum connections.