Our network of private sidings connects to the national and international rail network by Adony station, and, from there onwards, by Pusztaszabolcs to the Helsinki Corridor V, which takes some of the Hungarian grain to the silos of Italian grain traders.
Depending on wagon type, our nearly 2 km long private siding network can receive block trains with up to 30-32 wagons. We achieve flexible and fast loading by moving wagons along the track with our own railcar mover.
Trucks arrive from Main Road 6 to the parking lots on the north or south sides of the warehouse base. The traffic controller collects goods data, and, after recording them electronically, the goods are sampled and weighed. If the goods fully meet the respective order, the truck then proceeds to the private siding, where it is conveyed by belt conveyors to the grain wagons.
We are in the process of upgrading our rail track, with the aim of further improving our flexibility and loading speed.
After the block train arriving at the site has been uncoupled and the wagons have been marshalled, the goods are loaded onto the trucks through the unloading slots of the wagons by means of a conveyor system. When trucks arrive at the site, they are checked empty and weighed empty before arriving at the siding. After loading, the goods are electronically recorded and weighed before leaving the site.
After uncoupling the trains arriving at the port, the wagons are towed to the unloading place in the appropriate order.
At the unloading place, the goods are discharged from the wagon in a controlled manner onto a conveyor belt, from where it is loaded into the vessel via the berth’s loading system.
The goods are lifted from the vessel by an excavator and loaded onto trucks. The goods are transported by truck to the wagons, where it is loaded using a conveyor belt system. Trucks are weighed empty and full as they move between the vessel and the wagons.
long private siding