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New Service: Germany – Türkiye and v.v.

InterRail offers a new direct train connection from Duisburg/Germany to Halkali/Türkiye and v.v.

The service includes:

  • weekly departures
  • customized block trains possible
  • transit time approx. 7 days
  • additional services like organizing T1, handlings, trucking, empty container on request

Use Istanbul as a hub and get advantage of the strategical location of Türkiye!

For more information, please contact our sales:


InterRail India: 2022 was a good year

Mumbai, 30 March 2023. Four branch offices, over 30 employees, agents in ten cities countrywide – InterRail India, founded ten years ago, has developed superbly from the one-person delegation office opened in 2010 in Mumbai, which was registered as an official InterRail subsidiary on 26 April 2013.

India is gradually turning into a rail freight pioneer, with Indian Railways – one of the world’s largest railways – carrying up to 1.2 billion tons of freight every year.

InterRail India has offices in Mumbai (head office), Delhi, Chennai, and Ahmedabad plus sub-agents in Kolkata, Cochin, Coimbatore, Tuticorin, Indore, Jaipur, Mundra, Kanpur, Nagpur and Ludhiana. The company covers the Caucasus region and the  CIS, using multiple access points from the Baltic Sea, the Black Sea, the Caspian Sea, the Sea of China, the Sea of Japan and also the Gulf of Finland to completely cover the terrain, and connect it to the world with multimodal solutions.

The Indian InterRail subsidiary works closely with all its InterRail sister companies in offering its services.

And keeps performing accordingly: “2022 has been our best year in terms of turnover”, says Managing Director Vijay Narayan, “the figures we generated are really a great achievement.”

In April, the Indian InterRail subsidiary will celebrate its ten-year anniversary together with its employees.


InterRail at transport logistic 2023

InterRail will be present with its own stand at transport logistic 2023 in Munich, the leading trade fair of the logistics industry, from May 9 to 12, 2023. Benefit from the expertise of our specialists and meet us there.

Would you like to make an appointment with one of our team members? If so, you are welcome to fill out our online form:

We are looking forward to your visit!


Guiding InterRail through challenging times

St. Gallen, January 23, 2023. For a review of 2022 and an outlook on 2023, we interviewed the new InterRail Group Management, consisting of Yuri Kulakin, Jürgen Huschka and Dilshod Suleymanov.

“We have been facing many changes around the globe affecting the business of InterRail since our appointment in early 2022. We have to run fast in order to update our solutions to the global and local market givens. We have been able to make many local, important decisions that benefitted the group as a whole,” says Yuri Kulakin, one of the three Managers of the InterRail Group.

He and his colleagues Dilshod Suleymanov and Jürgen Huschka were appointed to the helm of the InterRail Group to succeed Hans Reinhard, who had headed the Group since it was founded in 2004.

“Daily communication and weekly meetings between the three of us from Western and Eastern Europe and Eurasia keep us informed on daily developments in all parts of our business geography, and allow us to and react promptly to challenges and opportunities,” add Dilshod Suleymanov and Jürgen Huschka.

What rail corridors are currently most in use?

The main IR traffics are connecting China with Europe, the CIS and Central Asia. We keep offering to our customers all the rail and multimodal routes which are functioning. Due to the geo-political situation, we have to design new routes, or re-activate products that were less popular or uncompetitive before.

How did you get through the 2022 business year?

The InterRail Group is well positioned in 2022, with performance outdoing expectations in several countries. Despite many challenges, we can’t complain. It has been very difficult year with challenges we never faced before, but team work and a strong will to survive brought positive results.

We had a big boost in Q1 to Q3/2022, with our existing and also new clients on this corridor – but faced a significant volume drop in Q4 on the China – Europe toute, while still having good stable volumes from Europe to China – which is really challenging these days.

Are there plans to introduce new products?

We keep pioneering and constantly focus on creating and designing new routes and products for the market and our customers. The current situation put real pressure on traditional routes, causing congestions and delays. Thus, we are constantly researching new products and alternative routes. There are plans to develop new products on the China-Central Asia and Europe-Central Asia corridors. Our current development in India is supported by the growing importance of the North-South corridor. And we recently started in Turkey, which will serve as a hub for new traffics.

Where would you like see the Group three / five years from now?

As per our strategy, we want to focus on our three areas of business. In some locations, we already offer all three segments:  conventional cargo, block trains and multimodal traffic, and we want to extend this model to our existing and future locations, as we are also planning to expand to new locations and countries. In five years’ time, we want to see the InterRail companies working and cooperating in harmony, complementing each other with added value services on the Eurasia corridor, with sustainable business and tailor-made services.  


Happy Chinese New Year

We wish all our customers, partners and colleagues a happy Chinese New Year and would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the excellent cooperations and for the trust placed in our service.


Member of UTIKAD Türkiye

Istanbul, November 15, 2022. The new Turkish subsidiary InterRail Uluslararası Nakliyat ve Loj.Hizm. T.A.Ş. is happy to be a part UTİKAD – Association of International Forwarding and Logistics Service Providers.

“Of course, as one of the newest and youngest members of UTIKAD, we, as InterRail, will be ready to do our best for the development of our sector in the relevant working groups”, says Enver Eser, Managing Director of InterRail Uluslararası Nakliyat ve Loj.Hizm. T.A.Ş.

Photo from left: KoRay Sütlaş (Business Development Manager, InterRail Türkiye), Ezgi Demir (Sectoral Relations Manager UTIKAD), Enver Eser (Managing Director InterRail Türkiye), Ayşem Ulusoy (President of UTIKAD), Jürgen Huschka (Group Management InterRail Holding AG), Yuri Kulakin (Group Management InterRail Holding AG), Dilshod Suleymanov InterRail Holding AG), Alperen Guler (General Manager of UTIKAD)


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