Terminal

The terminal will be the gateway of the New Silk Road, offering a wide range of services and enabling traffic between east and west.

The terminal is located in Fényeslitke, Hungary.
Coordinates: N 48°17’07.359″ E 22°7’12.446″
Size of area: 85 ha
The maximum capacity is going to be 1 million TEU/year, following the development of railway infrastructure.

The terminal operating software will be able to connect with customers online and to real-time monitor and track the position of containers during transit as well.

The storage area of the terminal has an independent crane track, on which 1 crane operates, which can later be expanded with additional cranes. The railway crane tracks are 850 m long. The terminal has 3 separate railway crane tracks, which are also suitable for receiving 740 m long complete trains approved in Europe. The cranes have a load capacity of 45 Mt.

During the first phase each railway crane track will have one crane, which can be upgraded later to two cranes per track. The cranes will also be capable of handling 45” containers and cranable semi-trailers as well as non-craneable semi-trailers with special solution. The terminal will have 4 mobile container loading vehicle, 5 terminal tractors and 10 terminal semi-trailers.

An X-ray gate with an OCR system recording the condition of the containers will be placed on the wide-gauge railway track of the terminal. A rolling digital scale will be installed both at the wide and normal rail entry points.

The terminal can handle up to 4 full-length trains at a time.

The wide gauge service of the terminal is provided by Csop-Záhony-Komoró route. Normal gauge service is served directly by the Fényeslitke Train Station. The terminal has a storage capacity of 15.000 TEU of loaded or empty containers. It will also be able to store 500 TEU of refrigerated containers.

The terminal also complies with SEVESO regulations therefore it is also suitable for transshipment and storage of significant quantities of tank containers and containers containing dangerous goods. At the commissioning of the terminal, a leasable storage area of 15.000 m2 will be available, with an internal free height of 12.5 m.
At the time of handover, 15,000 m 2 of leasable storage space will be available, with 12,5 m high warehouses.

In the available vacant, surrounding areas, we are able to build a warehouse or assembly or manufacturing plant on an area of 500.000 m2 upon request. It is also possible to build warehouses with an internal free height of up to 30 m. We will also build the necessary buildings for the customer in the event of a long-term lease.

The planned date for handover and start of trial operation is the first quarter of 2022.