RFC Amber is presenting its third Annual Report. This new report gives a comprehensive summary about the activities and achievements of 2021. In spite of this situation of uncertainty, several important achievements of RFC Amber during 2021 deserve to be highlighted.
Update of 12.07.2022: The restoration works have been finished, both tracks are operational. There is a speed restriction of 40 km/h at the scene of the accident (approximately 100m long).
RFC Amber was well present at the Connecting Europe Days, which took place in Lyon from 28-30 June. Our corridor participated in the joint stand of the RFC Network and RailNetEurope and the RFC Amber team had many useful talks with stakeholders and Representatives of the European Commission.
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Amber RFC is established for the purpose of ensuring a high, harmonized and effective level of international rail freight services by:
- developing international freight business in order to guarantee transparency and the connectivity of international rail traffic,
- introducing innovative value-added products and solutions with increased reliability to meet customer needs,
- supporting the cooperation and coordination within the network of RFC corridors.