There are currently 11 Rail Freight Corridors (RFCs) within the EU forming the RFC Network. They were developed based on EU Regulation 913/2010 to create a European rail network for competitive freight traffic. In order to better inform customers and stakeholders all RFCs jointly created and launched an RFC Network account on LinkedIn.
The RFC Network together with RailNetEurope (RNE) will host 3 exclusive online sessions to celebrate the European Year of Rail 2021. During each session presentations related to the overall session topics will be held and there will be the possibility to get active in the time planned for Q&As.
For the 5th time running, the 11 Rail Freight Corridors would like to initiate a coordinated consultation of all interested applicants, to collect your international capacity wishes and needs for 2022 and 2023. The result of this survey will be one of the main elements that the Rail Freight Corridors will use to build the PaP Catalogues for timetable 2023.
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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.