Presentation on theme: "INTERMODAL TRANSPORTATION OF SERBIAN RAILWAYS - CURRENT SITUATION AND PROSPECTS OF FURTHER DEVELOPMENT 10-th Congress of South-East European Forwarders."— Presentation transcript:
INTERMODAL TRANSPORTATION OF SERBIAN RAILWAYS - CURRENT SITUATION AND PROSPECTS OF FURTHER DEVELOPMENT 10-th Congress of South-East European Forwarders and Logistics Istanbul, 26-28.05.2011. Presented by PANSPED
Location of Serbia in the transport network in South Eastern Europe
General information on transport in Serbia Freight transport has increased in recent years, both rail and road, but on a larger scale road transport. The transport index in Serbia 2005-2009 (compared to 2004) Source: Statistical Office of Serbia
Freight transport by modes Freight transport in Serbia the division of the modes of transport in 2009 (official) Total: 35.705.000 tons Source: Statistical Office of Serbia
Transport in the interland terminal of goods in import/export for Serbia The total annual volume of container transported to / from Serbia by all means of transportation is about 50 000 TEUs, of which: 30% 20 ft containers, 70% 40 ft containers. Of these 50 000 TEUs, 80% of containers are intended for import, 20% of exports. Of these 50 000 TEUs, 70% are arriving via Port of Rijeka, Croatia o 80% road transport o 20% rail transport 20% via Port of Bar in Montenegro o 90% road transport o 10% rail transport 10% via Koper, Constanta and Thessaloniki. o Constanta – 50 % are arriving by barges, the rest by road transport o Koper and Thessaloniki – 100% by road transport.
Rail transport of containers in Serbia According to the "Serbian Railways", total annual volume by rail in import/export for Serbia is 19 000 TEU, of which: 18,000 TEU to/from the port of Rijeka o 10,000 loaded import containers and o 450 loaded containers for export, o 7550 empty containers 1000 TEU to/from the port of Koper and other ports. For transport of containers Serbian Railways has: - 205 2-axle wagons type Kgs - 309 4-axle wagons, type Regs - 135 4-axle wagons, type Sgnss. There are no relevant data from Serbian Railways for transit of containers via Serbia.
In last few years, besides other activities, PANSPED has been developing cargo handling, first of all, by installing Cargo Terminal with bonded opened and closed warehouse areas, that is located in Novi Sad rail station and secondly, by investing in necessary equipment.