Three extra tracks opened in Gdansk
DCT Gdansk (DCT), the Polish container terminal operator, has completed has completed the upgrade of its rail infrastructure, lengthening its tracks from 618 to 750 m. The railway siding was also extended from four to seven tracks.
DCT purchased fully electrified RMG rail cranes and put an OCR camera system for recording trains and containers into operation. This has allowed DCT to increase its rail capacity to 750,000 teu.
After the extension, the terminal operator now will work with the industry to develop intermodal services to/from Poland’s landlocked neighbouring countries and regions, such as Czechia, Slovakia, Western Ukraine and Belarus. (ben)