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With the support of RNE and under the coordination of the project leaders of MÁV, the Customer Information Platform (CIP) has been successfully rolled-out to the RFC Amber (RFC 11). The information concerning the corridor is now available in the CIP productive environment powered by RNE.

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On 25 September 2019 the Polish railway sector association ProKolej organized a conference “Rail 22 – Masterplan for rail freight” at TRAKO, the biggest railway fair in Central-Eastern Europe, taking place each second year in Gdańsk in Poland. The Managing Director of the Amber RFC, Dr. Gerhard Troche, represented the corridor in the roundtable.

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On 18 September 2019 the Amber Rail Freight Corridor held its grand Opening Event in the prestigious Praetorian Palace in the Slovenian seaport of Koper. EU Transport Commissioner Violeta Bulc, who gave an inspiring welcome address to the participants, congratulated the Amber Rail Freight Corridor to this historic milestone and emphasized the importance of the corridor for the development of international rail freight in Central-Eastern Europe.

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The Amber RFC became operational in January 2019. It is the youngest among the ten operational EU Rail Freight Corridors and the first corridor set up on the initiative of the EU Member States concerned. In order to celebrate the achievement of this important milestone together with customers and stakeholders, the Amber RFC will hold its official Opening Event on 18 September 2019 in Koper in Slovenia.

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RFC Amber held its second Advisory Group meeting in Ljubljana on 19 February 2019. We would like to thank all attendees for their participation and active contribution to the discussion. Summary notes about the event will be published on our website soon.

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The second RAG TAG meeting of Amber RFC will take place next week on February 19 in Ljubljana.

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With the publication of paths for international freight trains in mid-January 2019 the Amber Rail Freight Corridor reaches its operational phase. The main goal of the corridor is to facilitate competitive cross-border rail freight between important industrial centers and intermodal terminals of Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Slovenia, including the Adriatic seaport of Koper, and to provide efficient links to Euro-Asian railway routes in Malaszewice at the border to Belarus and towards South-Eastern Europe via Kelebia, border station to Serbia.

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RFC Amber is going online in January. First timetable offer to be published here online and in PCS on 14 January 2019.

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