RFC Amber published today its first Annual Report, giving customers, stakeholders and the general public a comprehensive overview over the activities and achievements of the corridor in 2019, the first year of operation of RFC Amber. It also contains a synopsis of the genesis of the corridor, a short description of its characteristics and informs about the governance of the corridor. A photo gallery from RFC Amber's grand Opening Event in Koper in September 2019 completes the report.
Traffic Management, Train Performance and Operations Working Group of RFC Amber has prepared the International Contingency Management (ICM) Handbook for the Corridor.
Due to the heavy rainfall in the last days, during the day and in the evening on 17th June 2020 a lot of water and mud flowed and washed a lot of stones on the tracks and closed both of them on the line Budapest – Szob/Štúrovo - Bratislava. Restoration of the line will take several days. Restoration of the line will take several days. Freight trains are rerouted via Rusovce – Rajka and Komárno – Komárom. International Contingency Management (ICM) process has been launched. The leading IM is MÁV Co., the leading RFC is RFC OEM.
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Amber RFC is established for the purpose of ensuring a high, harmonized and effective level of international rail freight services by:
- developing international freight business in order to guarantee transparency and the connectivity of international rail traffic,
- introducing innovative value-added products and solutions with increased reliability to meet customer needs,
- supporting the cooperation and coordination within the network of RFC corridors.