Safety - our number one priority

Safety is one of Hupac’s major priorities. The company aims at carrying out a safe and reliable transportation system, ensuring maximum safety in all its fields of activity.


Safety objectives

Our main safety objectives relate to the prevention of accidents in terminals and on the railway lines, the integrity of load units and smooth operation of the wagon fleet.


Compliance with legislation

Hupac conforms to the statutory safety provisions; if necessary, the company voluntarily implements additional measures.


Active management

Hupac makes available the instruments, resources and processes needed to guarantee an adequate system for safety management.


Focus on prevention

Hupac supports every initiative aimed at preventing safety-relevant disruptions or accidents.


Adequate training

Hupac's employees are adequately trained allowing them to perform their functions conscientiously and responsibly.


Dangerous goods

Hupac has put in place a centralised service specifically dedicated to this kind of transport, headed by a Dangerous Goods compliance advisor, appointed and trained according to the provisions of Directive 96/35/CE. 


Monitoring and improvement

Hupac regularly verifies the safety level in the company to identify any shortcomings and intervening in critical situations. Monitoring and controlling provide the basis for the continuous improvement process.



Safety is the result of teamwork involving collaborators, partners, customers and supervisory authorities. Hupac promotes an open, constructive dialog and supports awareness and motivation of all individuals, with the objective of creating an effective safety culture.


Empowering the intermodal network of south-east Europe

Good news for logistics service providers who search reliable intermodal solutions on the European south-east axis:


  • The Duisburg – Vienna/Budapest connection has been upgraded with an improved timetable. Six departures per week and direction ensure a flexible, reliable transport service.
  •  The Rotterdam -Vienna/Budapest connection is growing and growing. As of 21 June we will be increasing the departures from 4 to 5 roundtrips per week.


Both connections offer seamless ongoing services to Hungary (Budapest Csepel), Turkey (Halkali), Romania (Ploiesti) and Bulgaria (Stara Zagora).

Hupac Group
Viale R. Manzoni 6
CH-6830 Chiasso

Tel. +41 58 8558800


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