#AccelerateLogistics Nelt Group Continues to Develop Intermodal Transport

The launch of rail freight transport via Budapest to the final destination in the European Union marks the successful start of operations for Nelt’s Intermodal Terminal in Kruševac.

By activating the first terminal in Central Serbia, Nelt continues its plan to develop an intermodal transport network. Located in an industrial zone near the “Morava Corridor” and connected via the Dedina station to the Pan-European Corridor 10, the terminal strategically benefits Serbia and the region.

The Kruševac terminal enhances the logistical infrastructure of the region and expands Nelt’s portfolio of logistic services territorially. Establishing regular rail services with ports in the region and logistic hubs in the EU and Turkey is the developmental plan for this segment of the company’s operations.

“Since 2016, with the opening of the terminal in the logistics center in Dobanovci, we have actively contributed to the development of multimodality in regional supply chains. This type of transport offers financial, social, and environmental benefits. The combination of maritime, rail, and road transport has become one of the key solutions for energy efficiency and reducing industrial emissions in the process of supply chain decarbonization,” stated Robert Jenovai, Nelt’s Executive Director for the Serbian market.

Positioned strategically with rail tracks and equipped with facilities for container handling, vehicle parking, weighing, customs representation, and container loading and unloading, the Kruševac terminal provides comprehensive logistical support. It is available to all participants in multimodal flows, existing and future business partners across various industries, ensuring a high level of service quality based on operational excellence, which is the daily priority of Nelt teams.