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Cargo, Freight & Heavy-Haul

 

Rail freight transportation is the use of railways and trains to transport cargo/freight/goods, as opposed to human passengers. A rail freight/cargo/goods train is typically a group of wagons hauled by one or more locomotives on a railway network, between the shipper and the intended destination as part of the overall logistics chain and supply industry.

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Norfolk Southern: Sustainability with every shipment

22 November 2022 | By

Josh Raglin, Chief Sustainability Officer at Norfolk Southern, details the customer centric strategy that the North American freight railroad are using to further their commitment to sustainability and how this drives value for customers, shareholders and the planet.

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Q&A with Michael Meyer zu Hörste of DLR – InnoTrans 2022

18 November 2022 | By

At InnoTrans 2022, Michael Meyer zu Hörste, Chief Engineer of the Institute of Transportation Systems at the German Aerospace Center (DLR), spoke to Global Railway Review’s Editorial Assistant, Elliot Robinson, about the exciting rail research the centre is currently involved with, and explained DLR’s involvement with the FCH2RAIL project.

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eBook: The Virtual Twin Experience

17 November 2022 | By

The Virtual Twin Experience is a dynamic digital model of your resources, products and value network connected in real-time. Real-time data is used to enable visualisation, modelling and simulation of complex products and operations allowing you to make informed decisions and achieve greater optimisation.