The MOSOLF Group is intending to develop railroad services along the New Silk Road among Europe and China. The point is to likewise transport vehicles by means of the rail interface between Lodz in Poland and the Chinese city of Chengdu in future. The test of this services is expected to start in 2019. MOSOLF has officially signed contracts for reasonable operating site along the route.
The MOSOLF Group is one of the main automotive coordinations suppliers in Europe. The scope of administrations at the privately-run company, which was established in 1955 and headquatered in Kirchheim unter Teck, incorporates customized coordinations, specialized and administration arrangements. They are provided through a system of business locales over Europe and a multi-modal fleet that joins various methods of transport.
The MOSOLF Group’s administrations spread the total worth included chain for automobile logistics, technical and service solutions. Notwithstanding transporting vehicles (autos, light business vehicles, “high and heavy”), its business activities incorporate workshop administrations, extraordinary vehicle development, mechanical coatings, versatility administrations, discharging operator administrations and vehicle reusing. MOSOLF gives all-round, fleet operators and car dealers from one source and also handles the associated data flow by means of modern software solutions.
The main perspective of this project is to enable the existing Chengdu-Euro express railway to also transport finished vehicles. This rail service has been operating between Qinjabaijian station in Chengdu and Lodz since 2013. It crosses the Chinese border at the Alataw Pass in the province of Xinjiang, then passes through Kazakhstan, Russia and the Republic of Belarus on its way to Poland.
The automobile logistics specialist MOSOLF has now established the framework for its new rail project. The understandings covering the leasing of working locales with rail access were signed with the Chengdu Qingbaijiang District People’s Government on May 24 in Munich.
MOSOLF will provide the pre-carriage operations by street and rail and will load the vehicles into holders utilizing its very own personnel at the organization’s working site. This will be straight forwardly connected to the Spedcont railroad terminal in Lodz. Spedcont will be in charge of dealing with the holders, including loading them on to railroad wagons, as well as managing with the vacant containers. Special rack frameworks will be utilized to guarantee that the vehicles can be sent dependably and proficiently.