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  • Intermodal block train buildingGYSEV CARGO Zrt., 04/2013

    Good Practice N09

  • Page 2 Good Practice Manual, 04/2013

    Good practice form Introduction (summary) Starting position (gaps and challenges) Concept and components

    (= application case: container train serviceGermanySopron/HungaryTurkey)

    Conclusions and benefits Further exploitation Contact Disclaimer

    Contents

    Good Practice N09:

    Intermodal block train building

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    Good practice name Intermodal block train building

    Type (1) Market requirements(2) Rail production(4) CT terminals

    Involved actors (1) Intermodal operator(2) Railway operator(4) Terminal operator

    Commercial / Functional application area

    Intermodal block train building

    Geographical application area West Europe, main focus on Hungary and the Balkan countries

    Status / Time period In operation

    COSMOS contact Pter Lvay (GYSEV CARGO)email levay.peter@gysevcargo.huphone +36 30 440 1244

    Good practice form

    Good Practice Manual, 04/2013

    Good Practice N09:

    Intermodal block train building

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    There are several reasons that the Sopronterminal has achieved a central hubfunction between Western Europe,Central/Eastern Europe and South-EasternEurope: Historical reasons: Long-standing co-

    operation between Hungarokombi (UIRRmember) / ICF and MV Zrt. / GYSEV Zrt.

    For years the Sopron transhipmentterminal is equipped with a gantry crane,a mobile loading machine and since 2000with a second gantry crane. It isconsidered as a comparably modernterminal.

    Additional services are provided such ascustoms services, organisation of roadtransport, storage, transhipment, repair ofcontainers and a container washingfacility as well as an own duty-free zone

    Due to the favourable geographicallocation and excellent staff, Sopron took

    over a distributing role in rail transport. Flexible cooperation with BB due to

    common Austrian-Hungarian borderstation.

    Budapest and its surroundings areprimarily important because of maritimeborne traffic Sopron is the onlyHungarian terminal that can perform thetransit function for wagons and load units.

    Sopron allows an easier passing betweenHungary and Austria (towards Western-Europe)

    GYSEV owns infrastructure / facilities. Smooth cooperation between GYSEV

    CARGO and former ICF membercompanies

    Sopron terminal can form intermodal unittrains not only by loading in terminal andby the use of shuttle suites, but also byshunting of wagons

    Introduction (summary)

    Good Practice Manual, 04/2013

    Good Practice N09:

    Intermodal block train building

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    For almost 20 years, GYSEV / GYSEV CARGO have been forming and starting wagonload and intermodal unit trains

    Sopron provides a hub function for wagonload / intermodal transport between Western and Eastern / South-East Europe.

    Principal train services of GYSEV CARGO Trains built by collecting volumes from dispersed traffic or unit train traffic GYSEV facilitates hub function, organises shunting of wagons and thereby fulfils an important role in the transport chain

    Transit with project trains offering the clients superior quality services Liner trains are offered on a daily basis

    Challenge/mission:Further develop GYSEV / GYSEV Cargo to an internationally acknowledged service provider for the rail freight transport and logistics market.

    Starting position operation framework of GYSEV CARGO

    Good Practice N09:

    Intermodal block train building

  • Page 6 Good Practice Manual, 04/2013

    Good Practice N09:

    Intermodal block train building

    Zagreb

    Ljubljana

    Vienna

    Prague

    Bucharest

    Episcopia BihorBudapest

    Zahony

    Bratislava

    Curtici

    Kelebia

    Sopron

    Western /CentralEurope

    SerbiaBulgariaTurkeyF.Y.R. MacedoniaGreece

    Western /Central /SouthernRomania

    Nort-EastRomania

    UkraineRussia

    Slovakia

    Czech Rep.

    Source: GYSEV CARGO / HaCon

    Starting position - Sopron location and destinations (map)

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    Good Practice N09:

    Intermodal block train building

    Starting position Sopron station (track configuration)

    Source: HaCon / CREAM project

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    Gyr - GYSEV

    Ebenfurth

    Container terminal

    Harka

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    High emphasis on getting to know customers and their demands

    Demands specified in agreements and contracts Adjustment of train timetables and technologies

    During train operation, a continuous customer contactis facilitated to ensure up-to-date information on Actual train location in comparison to the timetable Wagon detachments En-route loading/unloading of loads Other relevant incidents arising during train operation

    Concept and components customer relation

    Good Practice N09:

    Intermodal block train building

    Descriptions based on container train service GermanySopron/HungaryTurkey (example).

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    Concept and components production technology

    Main container data is recorded from wagon list;

    Container data (from wagon list) is used to organise furtherforwarding of containers and its transhipment to trucks;

    Documents are checked together with theperformance sheet of the container;

    If documents are missing, the responsible railway operator is informed who in turn requests the needed documents from his customer;

    Most important data to be recorded: Arriving train number / arrival date; Container length, gross weight of the goods; Destination station; Wagon numbers with container numbers; Other problems recording missing documents EX / invoice if applicable.

    Good Practice N09:

    Intermodal block train building

    Data / documents handling

    Descriptions based on container train service GermanySopron/HungaryTurkey (example).

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    Concept and components production technology

    Wagons and containers are examined regarding theirtechnical condition (In case of disorder: Report todelivering railway company)

    Containers are unloaded with the gantry crane(after approximately 2 hours)

    Collection of containers with the same destination/route.

    As soon as enough containers have been collected,operator hands over a container list to Sopron terminal

    On basis of the container list, containers are allocated tosuitable wagons and eventually loading is implemented

    The ready train is processed in the IT system:container / wagon / train numbers are allocated

    Technology is recorded on a so-called Operation Sheet

    Good Practice N09:

    Intermodal block train building

    Technical examination / loading processes

    Descriptions based on container train service GermanySopron/HungaryTurkey (example).

    Processsequence

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    Concept and components - technology

    Process overview (arriving container trains)

    Good Practice N09:

    Intermodal block train building

    Source: GYSEV CARGO

    Descriptions based on container train service GermanySopron/HungaryTurkey (example).

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    Concept and components - technology

    Good Practice N09:

    Intermodal block train building

    Process overview (departing container trains)

    Source: GYSEV CARGO

    Descriptions based on container train service GermanySopron/HungaryTurkey (example).

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    Concept and components transport statement

    Requirements of customers and partner railway companies are analysed for determine the most optimal route and timetable

    Information on preferred route/timetables is used as input tothe international FTE timetable conferences

    Actual timetable data is summarised in a so-called X chart, made available for employees in charge of the hauling of trains

    Good Practice N09:

    Intermodal block train building

    Source: GYSEV CARGO

    Descriptions based on container train service GermanySopron/HungaryTurkey (example).

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    Concept and components IT support (VIHAR)

    VIHAR database provides current information tocustomers about the actual location of the train

    Data of commercial documents (shipping documents) andscanned pictures are recorded in this database

    As a next step, VIHARCont providesthe following data / features: Container data of container trains Container location in terminal Tracking of transhipments Tracking of statistics and invoicing Container bookings Support of recorded transit of wagons of container trains

    Good Practice N09:

    Intermodal block train building

    Descriptions based on container train service GermanySopron/HungaryTurkey (example).

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    Concept and components IT support (VIHAR)

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    Intermodal block train building

    VIHAR database (screenshot)

    Source: GYSEV CARGO

    Descriptions based on container train service GermanySopron/HungaryTurkey (example).

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    GYSEV and GYSEV CARGO offer optimal conditions for railway operations;

    Hub-function and sorting in Sopron enables the transport of containers within the same train to different