First depot and terminal services in Germany under the Metrans flag

New intermodal transport offer Hamburg – Berlin and terminal Metrans Berlin (Königs Wusterhausen) officially launched

First depot and terminal services in Germany under the Metrans flag Bild: Metrans

In cooperation with Lutra GmbH, the operator of the logistic center (GVZ) Schönefelder Kreuz, Metrans Group is expanding its own network and offering the established services, the transports , but, for the first time the depot and terminal services in Germany, under the Metrans flag. The GVZ Schönefelder Kreuz is located 25 kilometers southeast of Berlin and is connected not only on the road side, but also on the rail side directly to the important European Transport Corridor II. The southern Berliner Ring (A 10) leads straight to the front door of the GVZ Schönfelder Kreuz.

Effective from 4 November, Metrans is offering a direct and reliable connection between the port of Hamburg and the hinterland terminal in Berlin. Trains will run regularly between the Hamburg container terminals CTA, CTB, EKOM and the terminal Metrans in Berlin Königs Wusterhausen, v.v. with the simultaneous connection to the  existing network via own Czech hubs in Prague and Česká Třebová as well as to the container terminals in Hamburg and Bremerhaven (via Hamburg).

Metrans is one of the market leaders in container hinterland logistics in Central Europe (CEE), with more than 28 years of market experience and an annual transport volume of more than 1 million TEU. The network system of the company is mainly based on its own resources:

-) Own transhipment points – hubs, terminals, depots

-)  Own fleet of rail vehicles – locomotives, wagons and own train crew

-) Portfolio of reliable partner for trucking delivery (Last Mile)

This concept provides Metrans customers with reliable intermodal port-to-door v.v. transport solutions. Its high-frequency shuttle train system connects the ports of Hamburg, Bremerhaven, Rotterdam, Duisburg and Koper with the economic centres in the Czech and Slovak Republic, as well as in Germany, Hungary, Austria and Poland.