Update on 2017 volume forecast and budget 2018   Dear Friends, Baltic Rail works in the Baltic Adriatic Rail Corridor since 2011. We started from zero, have had good development for 7 years and now expecting further growth in 2018.   Our short presentation is available It contains general data and basic facts about our developments, and I will be more than...

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Running regular container trains

We run regular intermodal container trains in the Baltic Adriatic rail corridor since 2011.


Today we operate 3 container terminals in Poland and run 2-3 trains per week on the routes:


  • Koper – Wroclaw – Katowice – Ostrava – Koper
  • Gdansk – Mlawa – Wroclaw – Mlawa – Gdansk

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All your questions and transport orders are very welcome to


Mr Mirosław Łapot (PL, ENG, SLO)

mobile +48 66 88 42 302




Ms Natalja Aslan (ENG, RUS, TUR)

mobile + 372 51 48 130

Please send us your request to the e-mail and we will calculate you the best possible offer





Being private and neutral, we are working for all forwarders and all shipping lines on a non-discriminatory basis.

The rapid growth of the Port of Koper over few years is based upon linking Central Europe to the ports of Mediterrania basin, Middle Asia and Far East.


Baltic Rail service allows industries in Southern Poland, North Czech Republic and North Slovakia to also benefit from the shorter transit times from Suez Channel and from Mediterranean region.



Terminals we use:

  • Koper – container terminal of the Port of Koper
  • Vienna –  intermodal container terminal WienCont Freudenau Hafen CCT terminal 1
  • Wroclaw –  container terminal Wroclaw Siechnice 
  • Katowice – container terminal Katowice Wlosienica
  • Ostrava – AWT container terminal Paskov
  • Mlawa – PKP container terminal Mlawa
  • Gdansk – Deepwater Container terminal Gdansk (DCT)


Advantages of Baltic Rail:

  • private, very open and very flexible organization
  • regular train services with fast transit times
  • own container terminals
  • own fleet of container-wagons
  • own fleet of road container chassies
  • door deliveries by truck inside of competitive catchment area around each served railway terminal
  • own locomotive operator Rail Polska; a private railway company in Poland with own modern locomotive and wagon fleet
  • dedicated and exclusive block trains are also possible
  • ability to invest into specific and specialised equipment for longer-term and regular movements


Advantages of Port of Koper:

  • Fast growing port with a very effective container operations
  • Over 2500 nautical miles (4600 km) shorter route from Far East in compason to European Northern ports
  • Wide network of Mediterranian feeder lines and connections to Middle East.
  • Please find a study of cost and transit-time performed by Port of Koper about transportation of a container between Israel and Poland

      Click on the picture to open a presentation in *pdf format (4 slides):



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