Rail fees to come down 20% in Poland
September 16, 2013
Poland's rail infrastructure operator PKP PLK will cut average rail usage fees by 20.4%, a move which could bring major benefits to cargo firm PKP Cargo, soon headed for an IPO.
PKP PLK proposed to reduce fee rates for using rail tracks by 20.4% on average following a ruling of the European Court of Justice.
The new rates will likely be introduced for a period of four years starting in December 2013, conditional on the approval of the state rail transport office UTK, PAP Polish news agency reported.
PKP Cargo plans to enter the WSE in autumn.