Rotterdam-Bayern Express increases market share

In the first half of 2016, the Rotterdam-Bayern Express, operated by ECT subsidiary European Gateway Services (EGS) and TX Logistik, transported 50% more containers than in the first two quarters of last year. A growing number of companies based in Southern Germany are discovering the advantages of importing and exporting cargo via the port of Rotterdam.

‘We have good arguments’; logistical and financial benefits

Source: Insight / 23 september 2015


‘We have good arguments’


Why should shippers in southern Germany be focussing more intently on the Port of Rotterdam? What are the logistical and financial benefits and why does the rail connection to Rotterdam play a key role in shaping a successful intermodal logistics strategy? Here we interview: Ingrid Rossmeier, Southern German Representative for the Port of Rotterdam; Marilyne van Hoey Smith, Commercial Executive of European Gateway Services and Susana Jozinovic, Sales Manager at TXLogistik.

Port of Rotterdam: Ingrid Rossmeier, you have over 30 years of experience in the logistics business and have certainly experienced a lot as Director of Foreign ul intermodal logistics strategy? Here we interview: Ingrid Rossmeier, Southern German Representative for the Port of Rotterdam; Marilyne van Hoey Smith, Commercial Executive of European Gateway Services and Susana Jozinovic, Sales Manager at TXLogistik.