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About Us

1872

Conclusion of the concession agreement for railway construction from Győr via Sopron up to the former state border at Ebenfurth

1921

Peace Treaty of Trianon – the line was split in two, but the operations remained uniform

1972

Construction of a bonded warehouse in Sopron

1978

Duty-free zone and container terminal services

1979

Terminal expansion and conversion into a logistics center

1994-97

Start of container train projects toward the Northern ports (HHCE, RHCE) later with connections toward the Balkan (DCE, ETCE, EHCE)
Start of conventional block trains towards the Balkan

2011

Start of GYSEV CARGO and RAABERBAHN CARGO

2013

Development project of the container terminal of Sopron

2014

Launch of the first GYSEV CARGO locomotive, establishment of the Amber Rail Group

2015-16

Expansion of the fleet of traction vehicles by 3 Vectron locomotives

2017

Expansion of the fleet of traction vehicles by 9 Vectron locomotives

GYSEV Group of companies
Ownership structure

Ownership structure

GYSEV Group of companies
GYSEV line network along 3 RNE corridors

Algeciras Almeria Linares Locra Cartagena Valencia Tarragona Barcelona Fiueres Portbou Perpignan Nimes Avignon Velence Lyon Ambérieu Novara Torino Tortona Venezia Padova Verona Ljubljana Trieste Zagreb Pragersko Győr Sopron Budapest Leopoldow Nyíregyháza Záhony Zilina Breclav Czechowice-Dziedzice Katowice Warsava Terespol Ceska Trebova Praha Miskolc Szolnok Arad Craiova Vidin Sofia Kulata Thessaloniki Athina Svilengrad Burgas Karnobat Ruse Bucuresti Constanta Braşov Wien Bratislava Milano Koper Rijeka Alessandria Lieida Zaragoza Madrid RFC6 Mediterranean RFC7 Orient RFC 11 Amber

GYSEV Group of companies
Organizational structure

Organizational structure