The intermodal terminal Frankfurt (Oder) as well as the surrounding track systems are connected to the public rail network of DB Netz AG via the passenger station Frankfurt (Oder). Since 2015, the municipal company TeGeCe Infrastruktur und Logistik GmbH is the owner and operator of the rail infrastructure on site. These include the railway connection to the Frankfurt (Oder) passenger station, four sidings with each more than 600 meters length, the feeder tracks to the terminal and the logistics and transhipment tracks within the terminal. A discrimination-free access to the track systems is granted for block train traffic as well as to single wagons. The tracks are accessible with diesel transaction. Regional providers with suitable diesel locomotives are available.
Existing railway infrastructure
- transhipment tracks: 4x block train lengths
- transhipment area: more than 600 m long and 40 m wide
- transhipment equipment: gantry crane + mobile cranes (lifting capacity: 40 t)
- transhipment tracks: 4x more than 600 meters (see graphic)
- storage capacity: 800 TEU
- enclosed area
Use of the railway infrastructure
For the registration of gateways on the rail infrastructure from and to the intermodal Terminal Frankfurt (Oder) please use the online-form (external link!) of the owner of the railway infrastructure. You will immediately receive an answer to let you know whether you can use the infrastructure at the time you requested. If you need assistance with the registration of rides, please contact us!
You can download the conditions of use for the railway infrastructure and service facilities (NBS) in Frankfurt (Oder) as well as the associated enclosures here (external link): NBS Frankfurt (Oder)
You can download the current system price system for using the track infrastructure and service facilities at the railway location Frankfurt (Oder) (external link): APS Frankfurt (Oder)
Planned expansion of the railway infrastructure
Global trends as the “New Silk Road” and the increasing demand for “green logistics” in the global transportation chains are leading to an increasing shift of freight and containers from ships and trucks to rail. Theses trends offer new opportunities for the development of Frankfurt (Oder) as a railway location and the further development of railway infrastructure on site. Additional sidings, state-of-the-art operational equipment and investment in further handling technology ensure the long-term and sustainable performance of the site. In addition, a trailer transshipment terminal is currently under development to be built north of the terminal area. More information is available here.