CONSTRUCTION WORK BEGAN AT THE NEW AMBROGIO TERMINAL IN DOMEGLIARA
In May, construction work began at the new Ambrogio Intermodal terminal in Domegliara, which aims to strengthen intermodal rail-road connections on the north-south European axis via the Brenner.
The project covers an area of over 110,000 square metres and includes five tracks up to 700 metres long, a warehouse and administrative buildings. Intermodal operations are scheduled to begin by the end of this year, with the completion of work on the first three tracks and the yard. A gantry crane will be installed to handle the loading units, together with a reach stacker and two terminal tractors. Upon completion of the project, the operational potential of the new terminal will be more than 3,000 intermodal train pairs per year.
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