ICF shuts down intermodal hump yards in Europe

Kraft, Edwin "Chip"
February 2005
Trains;Feb2005, Vol. 65 Issue 2, p17
Reports on the closure of intermodal hump yards of European intermodal network operator Intercontainer-Interfrigo in France and Germany on December 12, 2004. Background on the intermodal humps; Reasons behind the closure; Significance of the intermodal humps to the network operator.


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