Hupac is launching a new rail service between Antwerp Combinant and Zeebrugge CLdN terminals, enabling connection to/from UK via the CLdN short sea service. The shuttle train will run with a frequency of 5 roundtrips per week. Start-up is 27 February 2023.

This will link Antwerp & Zeebrugge with  

  • Barcelona (Spain)
  • Perpignan (France)
  • Gadki, Brwinów (Poland)
  • Duisburg DKT & DIT, Schwarzheide, Ludwigshafen (Germany)
  • Vienna (Austria)
  • Budapest (Hungary)
  • Ploiesti (Romania)
  • Halkali (Turkey)
  • Novara, Busto Arsizio (Italy)

Also, starting from 7 April, the Brescia-Rotterdam connection will be based on Rotterdam C.RO terminal, for onward sailings to the UK by C.RO parent CLdN, with three weekly departures in each direction.

Lastly, frequency on the Novara (Torino) to Zeebrugge corridor is being increased from five to six pairs per week, as of 11 April. On-carriage by ferry to the UK is provided by P&O Ferries. The service allows the transportation of P400 megatrailers

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