More regular stops in Dourges
Transfesa Logistics has a new international rail connection in Dourges, south of Lille (France). The service began in mid-2020, with a weekly stop, in both directions, to unload containers that come from Spain. The frequency has increased and currently stops there between two and three times a week.
These are mixed, multi-product trains, whose first destination is France, as well as the other merchandise that continues later on other routes to various European countries.
One of the main advantages of the stop in France is that part of the train is empty at this point, so it can be used to reload goods to various destinations around Europe. Transfesa said. Likewise, there is the possibility of forming larger compositions with units from other companies that join those of Transfesa Logistics. (ben)