The principle of the trains can be specified using the example of the system train ADRIA, which connects the Ostrava region with the port of Rijeka. This route was used transporting large amounts of goods produced in North Moravian and Polish ironworks. The goods were originally transported as individual wagon deliveries, frequently heading from the Czech Republic via Čadca to Žilina. The transport was lengthy and ineffective.
The system train ADRIA concentrated the deliveries into one complex. The costs were significantly reduced and the transport period was also significantly reduced to the current 45 hours.
The system train ADRIA travels several times in a month from the Czech Republic (North Moravia) to Croatia (eventually Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina). The train route is Ostrava – Břeclav – Rajka – Gyékényes – Koprivnica – Rijeka Luka.
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