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Name unification for VTG in Poland

VTG is rebranding its Transpetrol Sp. Z o.o rail logistics offering in Poland under the name VTG Rail Logistics Polska.

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VTG said the move would solidify its uniform market presence throughout Europe. “In rebranding the Polish company, we’re offering our customers a great deal more clarity in the future,” it stated.


Günther J. Ferk, head of VTG Rail Logistics Europe, said: “Under the VTG name, they will continue to receive the high quality, pan-European rail logistics services they’re already accustomed to.”


VTG AG had already acquired a majority stake in Transpetrol GmbH Internationale Eisenbahnspedition as early as 1992. Subsequently, the company, including its rail logistics activities in Poland, was fully integrated into the VTG Group.


VTG Rail Logistics Polska offers a comprehensive service portfolio with a special focus on transporting agricultural and dangerous goods, as well as intermodal transport.


“The 30-strong team develops customised logistics concepts, both on wide and narrow gauge railways, and also has many years of experience in cross-border freight handling at its fingertips,” concluded VTG.


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