Shareholdings

Hupac maintains substantial minority shareholdings in various companies within the field of combined transport:

 

  • SBB Cargo International Ltd, Olten
    Since the start of 2011, Hupac has held a minority interest of 25% in the Swiss carrier for international block-trains and combined transport on the North-South axis. The aim is to establish SBB Cargo International as a strong, lean freight railway by integrating logistical know-how from the private sector. This stimulates the market and creates additional incentives for modal shift. Cooperation with SBB Cargo International was successful. It was possible to expand transportation undertaken for Hupac. The existing quality problems have been recognised and are being addressed systematically.
  • Cemat SpA, Milan
    Hupac has worked closely with Cemat since the seventies and has been one of the Italian combined transport operator’s shareholders for decades. At the end of the year under review, Hupac’s capital share remained unchanged at 34.48%. Hupac was able to intensify its cooperation with Cemat in the year under review. There was a positive development in jointly operated traffic.
  • RAlpin Ltd, Olten
    In conjunction with SBB, BLS and Trenitalia, Hupac is a partner of the company established in 2001 to operate combined transport through Switzerland. At the end of the year under review, its capital share remained unchanged at 33.1%. Hupac handles many tasks on behalf of RAlpin, such as customer service, dispatching and invoicing for the Rolling Highway on the Lötschberg and the Gotthard axis. Hupac also operates the terminal of Lugano, whereas that of Novara is managed by its subsidiary Fidia. In the year under review, Hupac leased 425 low-loader wagons and 9 sleeping cars to RAlpin.
  • Terminal Singen TSG GmbH, Singen
    The joint venture company Terminal Singen TSG GmbH, which was established in 1999, operates the Singen terminal. Approximately 60 trains travel every week via this hub.
  • Combinant NV, Antwerp
    Hupac holds a share of 35% in the Combinant NV terminal operator which was founded in 2009. The other partners are BASF and Hoyer. In the year under review, Hupac handled 85 trains per week via the Combinant terminal.
  • KTL Kombi-Terminal Ludwigshafen GmbH, Ludwigshafen
    Hupac has held a share of 15% in the operator of the Ludwigshafen combined transport terminal since 2005. In Hupac’s network, the KTL acts as a central hub for the grouping of consignments between Germany, Italy, Belgium and Poland. Around 110 Hupac trains run via the hub each week.
  • DIT Duisburg Intermodal Terminal GmbH, Duisburg
    The trimodal Duisburg Intermodal Terminal, in which Hupac has held a share of 10% since 2003, serves as an inland hub for the major North Sea ports of Rotterdam and Antwerp. In the year under review, Hupac ran 30 trains per week via this terminal.
  • RSC Rail Service Center, Rotterdam
    In December 2014 Hupac acquired a 16.33% interest in the RSC terminal in Rotterdam. With 105 weekly departures, the RSC terminal is the hub for Hupac’s Netherlands traffic.
  • CIS Cesar International Services Scarl, Brussels
    Hupac is a founding partner of Cesar International Services, established in 2004, with a capital share of 25.1%. Various other combined transport operators also hold shares in the Brussels-based service company, which manages and develops the Cesar customer information system.

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