News • Jun 13, 2019 07:00 UTC
The direct line, with three trains a week in each direction, is not only the fastest transportation alternative, it is also a more reliable and climate-smart alternative. Not only does it reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 63% compared with road freight over the same distance, it also decreases road congestion.
Press releases • Apr 29, 2019 09:00 UTC
In the beginning of March, the first shuttle for Årsta left from Älmhult and Torsvik under the new contract with IKEA Transport & Logistics Services. The shuttle runs six days per week and supplies goods to department stores and warehouses in the greater Stockholm and Uppsala areas.
Scanlog and Green Cargo’s partnership is decreasing carbon dioxide emissions for Findus through a direct rail link between Sweden and Italy
Press releases • Apr 08, 2019 12:00 UTC
Green Cargo’s direct round-trip trains between Scandinavia and Italy run several times a week for the Swedish business community. Findus is one of several companies that is choosing sustainable rail transportation solutions through collaboration between Scandinavian Logistics Partners (Scanlog) and Green Cargo.
Press releases • Apr 02, 2019 10:00 UTC
Holmen has taken a new step in its sustainable strategy work. Holmen’s largest forest holdings are located in northern Sweden, while much of its industrial production takes place in the south. To secure its wood supply and add value to its own forest, Holmen is now going to be transporting its wood south on trains from Green Cargo.
Green Cargo is delivering sheet piling to the West Link project, removing 370 truckloads from the roads
News • Jan 28, 2019 15:00 UTC
The Swedish Transport Administration is building the West Link to create a railway for commuter and regional trains in a tunnel under central Gothenburg. Green Cargo is transporting around 8,600 tonnes of sheet piling to the tunnel site, removing almost 370 truckloads from roads to and within central Gothenburg.
Press releases • Dec 17, 2018 12:30 UTC
SSAB has given Green Cargo its continued trust in handling the crucial flow of steel ingots and finished products between SSAB’s plants in Luleå, Borlänge and Oxelösund. The new agreement goes into effect on January 1, 2020 and extends at least five years beyond that.
News • Dec 13, 2018 11:00 UTC
In mid-November, Green Cargo began installing a new type of brake disc that will be tested on mail wagons over the winter. If the project is successful, more wagons will have their brake discs replaced.
Press releases • Nov 05, 2018 11:00 UTC
The most efficient way to reduce climate impact from transportation is to transfer freight from the road network to the railways. In October, Mellanskog and Green Cargo entered a new partnership agreement under which woodchips will now be transported by rail instead of by road. This will result in safe, more efficient and more environmentally friendly shipments.
Press releases • Oct 30, 2018 09:00 UTC
Volvo Cars’ sustainability day in Gothenburg on Thursday concluded with awarding the international Volvo Cars Quality of Excellence prize. Several hundred participants from all over the world were there, including Marcus Wiklund and Clas Svensson from Green Cargo. Along with the other nominated suppliers, Green Cargo had the honor of accepting the Volvo Cars prize.
Press releases • Aug 29, 2018 11:00 UTC
The Government has resolved to create a national freight transport advisory council, tasked with contributing to efforts to promote efficient, high capacity and sustainable freight transportation, and with implementing the freight transport strategy. Green Cargo’s Chairman Jan Sundling has been asked to join the council.
Press releases • Aug 22, 2018 13:00 UTC
Green Cargo’s agreement with Söderenergi covering the transportation of biofuel from fuel suppliers across Sweden to the company’s fuel terminal in Nykvarn dates back to 2009, and is now being renewed for a further three years.
Press releases • May 15, 2018 08:00 UTC
After five years as the CEO of Green Cargo, Jan Kilström has decided to leave the company to take up a new CEO assignment in the autumn.
Press releases • May 08, 2018 10:00 UTC
The greatest reduction in the climate impact of transportation stems from moving cargo to rail. In a collaboration agreement, Domsjö Fiber and Green Cargo have moved over 5,000 tonnes of pulpwood a week from road to rail freight for safer, more efficient and greener transportation. The first rail consignment, loaded with lnps-model timber wagons, ran in mid-February.
Press releases • Apr 03, 2018 08:00 UTC
Green Cargo and Yilport have signed a three-year agreement covering rail shuttles between Granudden and Fredriksskans, where Yilport – Gävle’s container terminal – is located. The service began in mid-February and runs seven trains a week.
Press releases • Mar 19, 2018 10:00 UTC
There is considerable market demand for international rail shuttle services. Green Cargo and the Belgium firm, Lineas, have increased the number of train departures on the popular direct route, Belgium Direct, between Sweden and Belgium for existing and new customers. On January 12, the fourth shuttle started between the countries and volumes on the trains is increasing.
Press releases • Feb 21, 2018 13:30 UTC
Green Cargo has decided to exit the joint venture DB Cargo Scandinavia, which mainly handles transit traffic through Denmark for its owners Green Cargo and DB Cargo. The decision is due to the owners being unable to reach agreement on certain issues, primarily concerning pricing.
Press releases • Jan 16, 2018 09:00 UTC
It has been eight years since Green Cargo transported the first delivery of wood chips to Söderenergi’s new fuel terminal in Nykvarn. We are now gearing up the partnership with Söderenergi by changing to larger XXXL containers. We are decreasing the number of trains without reducing volumes.
Press releases • Dec 20, 2017 08:00 UTC
Green Cargo and St1 have had a close partnership for 20 years. They are now extending the agreement that enters into force on January 1, 2018, for a further three years with a two-year option to extend. Transportation is via Green Cargo’s single-commodity trains, which provide a moving logistics warehouse between the refinery and the depot.
Press releases • Dec 19, 2017 08:00 UTC
Every year, via its Italy Direct route, Green Cargo transports around 200 large wagons of wine from Italy and 300 smaller wagons of wine from Malmö to Stockholm in collaboration with Scanlog, Scandinavian Logistics Partners AB.