Hupac introduces new rail service in Belgium


Railway company, Hupac, has announced a new rail service between Antwerp Combinant and Zeebrugge CLdN terminals, enabling connection to/from the United Kingdom via the CLdN short sea service.

The shuttle train will operate at a frequency of five roundtrips per week.

This service is set to launch on 27 February.

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With this new connection, Hupac’s network based on Antwerp & Zeebrugge in Belgium will be able to connect all key European economic areas such as:

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

The frequency of the Zeebrugge CLdN / Antwerp Combinant <=> Ludwigshafen KTL service will be increased from five to six departures per week to meet the strong market demand.

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