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The Right Combination to Reach Your Destination

Act ecologically and economicallycombined transport makes it possible. Combined transport connects rail and road creating one transport chain thereby achieving highly efficient, environmentally friendly transport solutions.

Our NOSTA Rail GmbH team has been realising the clever combination between road and rail transport since 2009. Our modern KV terminal in Osnabrueck comprises a 630-meter track system and an open space area of 8,000 m². Thus this premises offers the optimum conditions for handling and storing containers. At the KV terminal in Osnabrueck, our experienced team not only ensures fast transhipment from rail and road, but also schedules entire trains to depots, central transshipment points and international seaports.

In addition to offering regular rail transports, we plan individual, customer-specific solutions. From single carriage-loads to entire trains – we help you to use rail effectively and to reach important logistics hubs.

208736Kilometres of Track 2018


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From Road to Rail

The harbour made Osnabrueck one of the most important logistics locations in Lower Saxony. Today, approximately 1.76 tons of goods are handled yearly via rail and ship. Our NOSTA Rail GmbH also recognised the great potential of the city harbour and moved to the port area in 2008 with a large KV terminal.

 

Logistics to the point.

We bring your goods to their destination quickly and reliably


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26/03/2019

Brexit: Preparatory Measures You Need to Know

Dear Sir or Madam Depending on the voting results in the United Kingdom (UK) Parliament, the UK will leave the European Union on 12 April or 22 May 2019. In the past few weeks and months, we have already informed you about developments and the necessary preparatory measures to take. The course of voting in the UK Parliament thus far indicates that a disorderly Brexit on 12 April 2019 is to be assumed and it is imperative to press ahead with the appropriate preparations.

01/03/2019

Customer Information: Current Information Regarding Brexit

Dear Sir or Madam As it stands, the United Kingdom will depart the European Union on 30 March 2019. There are currently insufficient agreements in the negotiations between the European Union and the United Kingdom as to how to govern economic relations between the two economic areas. A so-called hard Brexit is to be expected. In this case, extensive customs procedures are necessary for the movement of goods.

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