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Gruber takes train home

September 18 - Intertransport Gruber has coordinated the transport of a 65-year-old railcar from Dessau to its original home in Elze, Germany.

The vintage railcar, which had been stored in Dessau following its decommission, is being returned to its manufacturer in Elze - Graaff - in order to be restored.

Weighing 26.5 tonnes and measuring 18 m x 3 m x 3.92 m, the railcar was transported by road using a five-axle trailer, which was equipped with rails in order to facilitate loading and unloading.

Intertransport Gruber is a member of the Project Cargo Network (PCN).

 

 

www.gruber-logistics.com

www.projectcargonetwork.com

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