Intermodal Transport

PCC Intermodal SA is one of the leading intermodal transport operators in Poland and Eastern Europe. The company currently operates five modern intermodal hubs, in Central Poland (PCC Terminal Kutno), in Upper Silesia (PCC Terminal Gliwice), in Lower Silesia (PCC Terminal Brzeg Dolny) and in the Subcarpathian region (PCC Transshipment Depot Kolbuszowa), as well as on the German side of the border, in Berlin and Brandenburg (PCC Terminal Frankfurt (Oder)).

Network of container block train routes operated by PCC Intermodal SA

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PCC Intermodal arranges regular intermodal connections between its inland terminals in Poland and Germany as well as between Brest (BY), Duisburg, and major European seaports such as Hamburg, Bremerhaven, Antwerp, Rotterdam, Gdańsk, and Gdynia.

PCC Intermodal operates its own fleet of 45HCPW containers and arranges more than 5,000 container train departures per year and roughly 400 door-to-door deliveries per day. In 2020, we carried a total of some 190,000 containers (approximately 290,000 TEU).

In partnership with other operators, PCC Intermodal arranges freight connections to the East. Three times per week there is a regular connection to Brest (BY), which is the starting point for further shipments to Belarus, Russia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, China, Korea, and Japan.

The container terminals of PCC Intermodal SA

For more information, please visit the website of our Polish subsidiary PCC Intermodal SA >>