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Information on the impact of COVID-19 on the rail freight operations of ScanMed RFC.




Welcome to the Scandinavian-Mediterranean Rail Freight Corridor

The Corridor started its activity on November 10th 2015. On this website, you will find relevant information about who we are and what we do. Customers can gather all documents and contacts they need in order to make business with us.


The ScanMed Action 2016 PSA-RFC03 has received funding from the European Union.

Incident between Müllheim and Schliengen

In cooperation with Rail Freight Corridor Rhine-Alpine, we are informing about a collision between a train and elements of a road bridge.

The accident happened on the evening of the 2nd of April 2020 between Müllheim and Schliengen in Germany.
Affected areas are on the part of the RFC Rhine-Alpine.

The International Contingency Management process is activated, and Rhine-Alpine RFC is in charge of the RFC coordination.

For further information, please visit the links below. This article will be updated when additional information is known.


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Stephan Noll, C-OSS Manager

Review Report of ICM case in Rendsburg published

On the 8th of May 2019, a level crossing accident occurred near Rendsburg in Germany.


The accident has an immediate impact on the driver of the train, the truck driver, as well as passengers, board the train.

The impact of the infrastructure was severe, and international disturbances were soon felt. ScanMed RFC applied the ICM Routine for the first time, and now the full review report is published.

Read a short Q&A with our C-OSS Manager, Stephan Noll!

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A cooperation between the Infrastructure Managers

on the longest Rail Freight Corridor