The Customer Information Platform (CIP) is available ! Please, click on the logo and find a branch of useful information about our corridor!
RFC OEM has also prepared its operational scenarios for International Contingency Management planning, ICM. The technical details shall be fined clicking the “Documents” folder.
For the second time running, the nine Rail Freight Corridors would like to initiate a coordinated consultation of all interested applicants, in order to collect your international capacity wishes and needs for the annual timetable 2020 and reserve capacity timetable 2019. Read more
At the margins of the Transport, Telecommunications and Energy Council meeting the new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed in Brussels on 5th December 2017 by the representatives of the Ministries of Transport. Germany has also joined the Orient/East-Med Rail Freight Corridor. From now on 8 Member States, 9 Infrastructure Managers and one Allocation Body will govern and operate the OEM RFC corridor.
Short-term capacity pilot announced: RFC7 is launching a 6-month pilot project on 1st December 2017, which aims to comply better the market’s expectations on path request at a short notice! Be our co-partner in this test phase! For more information please click here!
We are pleased to inform you about the fact that the reserve capacity catalogue for Timetable 2018 has been published and available via the following link
Information about total closure on NRIC network between Ruse and Kaspichan, due to a train accident.
Information ablout prolongation of continuous capacity restriction on CFR network between Petrosani and Banita (single line operation).
We are pleased to inform you about the fact that the reserve capacity catalogue for Timetable 2017 has been published and available via the following link.
We are pleased to inform you about the fact that the Pre-arranged Path catalogue for Timetable 2017 has been published and available via the following link.