Indicator - Economy - The future of railways is changing at a rocketing pace in Vineslit

Indicator – Economy – The future of railways is changing at a rocketing pace in Vineslit

Many, many people have already promised the people who live in Zahoni the developments that when something started, we neglected laying the groundwork – said Janus Talosi, CEO of East-West Intermodal Logistics Ltd. After the completion of the previously funded European Union Industrial Park. A state-of-the-art track that connects the company’s state-of-the-art 5G network to operate equipment and a state-of-the-art multi-modal transport station to the current public rail track for container tracking as part of the company’s investment. This was also given symbolically to MÁV by Antal Tamas Nieszter, Executive Vice President Investments.

The standard metering section and the linked rail overhead line and the space lighting system were completed, after which the safety equipment was connected, the construction of the wide lane connection and related communication works, as well as the development of the existing ascent network in Tamas Nichter Antal said that Venneslitzki will start. In the long term, the company will effectively lease back businesses that have been built while developing about three billion forts of private capital for speed – including ten kilometers of railroads, which will be awarded to the state railway company free of charge. Asset transfer.

According to Michaelos Sechtak, government commissioner and member of parliament for the region

Development could be a region’s breaking point.

Hungary may again play an important role in the transportation of goods by rail. He put it this way Investor a The investment is part of a larger project, and the companies intend to move to the Helslite industrial site of 140 hectares.

Construction of the plant, which is being carried out by Ruslan Rahimkulov, a predominantly Russian businessman who lives in Hungary and is valued at about 30 billion HUF, began in January 2021, after the purchase of more than 140 hectares of land developed by the Regional Development Holding Company. By the end of May, the five wide tracks and standard gauges, drainage and railway linkage, which will be used to transport building materials, will be completed in the station area. Construction work is currently underway on 85 acres, six days a week, and the cranes are scheduled to be erected in October.

We are conservative investors, so we expect a return of ten to twelve years, since, in addition to the organic growth of container traffic, service activities such as warehousing, cleaning and warehousing of containers will play a major role.

Tell Janus Talusi the index.

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Scheduled to be in trial operation by the end of the first quarter of 2022, and the day after the official handover, a plant capable of receiving around one million Twenty-Foot Containers (TEUs) annually could receive long-term freight trains. However, due to the capacity restrictions of the Hungarian railway track, the station could receive 24 trains per day in the first period, which would otherwise be able to store a total of 15,000 containers, although the storage capacity could be expanded later due to the conditions of the region.

Profitability will be supported by the fact that ATEX and ADR certified cranes will be able to transport hazardous materials that require special handling, such as nuclear waste, but will also be able to load gas and chemical containers, in addition to conventional semi-trailer loading methods. Only MOL and BorsodChem have a similar classification in Hungary, and BASF has a similar classification in Germany.

According to the CEO, the base cost is already in the turnover of half a thousand conventional containers, and profitability can also be helped greatly by revenue from the sale of planned storage capacity in the area that serves as a bonded warehouse. The return is also supported by environmentally friendly solutions: the office and service facilities are planned to be adapted with heat pumps and power the facility with a high-performance solar park.

It was also said during the transport that a recovery in Eastern Railway traffic was mainly expected

The owner of the EWG has entered into a strategic agreement with the Kazakhstani company Eurotranzit and is also negotiating the possibility of acquiring ownership at a terminal there that would provide a lane for direct Chinese freight traffic.

However, renovations will be required in the Russian, Ukrainian and Hungarian parts of the route to start the real traffic. Tamas Antal Nieseiter told the index of his interest in this matter, and that they had already indicated their need for development to take this into account when planning future EU programs. No decision has been taken on this issue yet, although there is no agreed operational program for the next development cycle.

One hundred and fifty people are expected to work at the Fényeslitke station. The CEO is not concerned about finding the necessary workforce, there are already thirty graduate applicants in the region without announcement. There are also plans to launch a scholarship program to support higher education for young people in the region, while working closely with vocational training institutions in the region. In order to keep the skilled workforce in place, the company is also considering building apartments for rent in Fényeslitke.

(Cover photo: Miklós Seszták, MP for the region, Tamás Antal Nyiszter, Executive Vice President of Investments at MÁV Zrt; Janus Talosi, CEO, Investor East-West Intermodal Logistics Zrt., East-West Gateway, based on private investment of 30 billion Ft. Hungarian) on the delivery of a new railway line to the intermodal logistics terminal (Photo: Attila Palaz / MTI)

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