Cargo owners are still facing transport headaches in mainland Europe after a potential bypass for intermodal services, hit by mid-July’s flash floods, was severed following a train derailment.
Connecting the ports of Antwerp, Ghent and Zeebrugge through the French Ardennes, the route was closed when a train carrying containers of phosphoric acid came off the tracks, causing extensive damage.
One source told The Loadstar: “For intermodal terminals in Wallonia, this means both …
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Source: The Loadstar