Germany: Dyckerhoff has reopened a railway siding at its integrated Amöneburg cement plant. The additional transport link joins road and water connections at the site. The company said that reusing the railway siding made sense given low water levels in the River Rhine, that made parts of the waterway unnavigable in 2018, as well as adding a sustainable transport route. The railway tracks at the site have not been used actively since the mid-2000s. The cement producer has repaired the tracks on its site and a related signalling system.
Dyckerhoff reopens railway siding at Amöneburg cement plant
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