Kombiverkehr is expanding its European network with a new north-south connection. The only
recently opened terminal in Kreuztal, in the Siegen-Wittgenstein district, has been offering the
announced direct train link to and from Verona in northern Italy since the beginning of May 2019. At
the same time, the company is also running the multi-group train from the Kornwestheim terminal to
Italy in close cooperation with Mercitalia Intermodal. The destination and starting terminal in Verona is Quadrante Europa. The new train is available on the market as an open train product, which means it can be used by any logistics company.
The new trains started in both directions on the evening of 6 May 2019. Forwarders and logistics
companies can ship their transport units at all departure terminals – both in Kreuztal and
Kornwestheim and in Verona – on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Semitrailers cannot be
transported on the Kornwestheim – Verona v.v. route. At just 38 hours or thereabouts, the journey
time of the new train gives forwarders and transport companies the option of the rapid and also
extremely environmentally friendly transport of goods and merchandise between the economic centres of South Westphalia and the greater Stuttgart area and Verona in Venetia. Hazardous goods can be transported in addition to conventional goods. The only exceptions are substances of classes 1 and 7 and those on the “Red list” of Mercitalia Rail.
For details of the departures, please refer to the online timetable information at
www.kombiverkehr.de/en/home > Transport > Online timetable.
If you are interested in these routes, please contact:
Kombiverkehr, Sales, Product Manager South European Transport, Arbi Tonians
Phone +49 69/7 95 05-2 37 or email@example.com