Training course in maritime-rail intermodality with a focus on port-rail operations

Accessing specific training in intermodal transport and the operations that take place to move between different modes of transport in ports, with a particular focus on rail transport, will allow you to design, build and manage door-to-door logistics operations more efficiently and safely, and will provide you with the tools to analyse direct costs and environmental impact for their subsequent optimisation.

Three days

English
Spanish
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Lisbon, with visits to Sines, Setùbal and Leixões

€700

Included in the tuition are the training materials, diploma, accommodation, meals (scheduled in the programme) and transfers from the terminals to the hotels.

Prices subject to change.

Objectives
  • To analyse the different elements that must be combined for the provision of rail-port services.

  • To give the necessary training and information to those who are going to decide and manage logistics chains in which the railway can be seen as a profitable alternative in terms of services, cost or time.

Participant Profile
  • Professionals dedicated to the maritime-railway transport of freight and logistics
  • Final year logistics, transport management and international business students
Workshop during the SURCO Operations II course

Methodology

In this course participants gain a complete view of port-rail operations and terminals in ports connected by the railway. Highly experienced professionals explain firsthand how operations are organised, managed and developed in such logistics infrastructures.

Students attending a lecture during one of the Escola's courses

Lectures

Workshops

Networking

Contents

Stay tuned for the programmes of the next editions!

  • Maritime and Rail Transport and Logistics. Equipment and transport system by type of traffic: containers, bulk, general cargo, etc.
  • Maritime-Rail Situation in Ports Rail-Port Infrastructures:
    • Technical characteristics of the rail freight network
    • Rail freight terminal
    • Railroad access to ports
    • Internal rail network and its integration into the service area
  • Rail Freight Services:
    • Regular services. Exclusive and mixed traffic
    • Terminal services
    • Economic operators: railway undertakings and operators
    • Services at inland sea terminals
  • Railway Management Models:
    • European rail transport policy
    • Rail terminals in ports: legislation, division of functions and services
Testimonials

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Visto desde el transporte convencional: increíbles, una visión completamente nueva.

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