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15 June 2021 10:00 - 12:00


RailNetEurope (RNE) and UIRR are pleased to invite you to attend their joint Webinar on the Rail Facilities Portal (RFP).

The RFP is the successor of the well-known “Railfreightlocations” portal, initiated and authorised by the European Commission, which has been owned and operated by RNE and jointly managed with UIRR since June 2020.

  • The RFP provides quick access to information on all kinds of rail facilities, in particular rail freight facilities, e.g. for the planning of rail services.
  • Moreover, the RFP helps service facilities operators to comply with their obligations resulting from Directives (EU) 2012/34/EU and (EU) 2177/2017.
  • Finally, the RFP opens new opportunities for all kind of operating facilities to publish their information for marketing purposes.

You can access it via https://railfacilitiesportal.eu/.

In this online event, besides an overall introduction into the RFP provided by RNE and UIRR, high-level speakers from many various types of rail stakeholders (most of them represented by international organisations) will discuss the expectations, experience, and the envisaged future for the RFP with the participants.


Register to join the high-level speakers from the sector and from European institutions.
The deadline for the registration is 31 May 2021.


We are looking forward to a fruitful event!

Best regards,

The Portal Management Team

Who is RNE:

RailNetEurope was set up in 2004 to help meet the challenges faced by the international rail sector. This was to be achieved by providing solutions that benefit all RNE Members as well as their customers and business partners. RNE facilitates the operational international business of its Members. RNE’s role is also to provide support as regards compliance with the European legal framework. This entails developing harmonised international business processes, templates, handbooks, and guidelines. All in all, RNE’s mission is to help its Members meet the challenges of the rapidly changing railway sector in Europe and to promote international rail traffic. https://rne.eu/

Who is UIRR:

Founded in 1970, the International Union for Road-Rail Combined Transport (UIRR) represents the interests of European road-rail Combined Transport Operators and Transhipment Terminal Managers.Road-Rail Combined Transport (CT) is a system of freight forwarding which is based on efficiently and economically inserting electric rail into long-distance (road) transport-chains through the use of intermodal loading units (ILU). http://www.uirr.com/en.html