RsR Cargo can handle 3400 to 4600 "boxes" per day, per lane and per direction.
|RsR-Cargo||Number of semi-trailers or containers
|Number of semi-trailers or containers
|For a 750m train||48||3456|
|For a 1000m train||64||4608|
|NB of trains in 24h||72 on one track||on one track and for one direction of trafic|
|Equipment required in the terminals||
Automated Guided Vehicles
RsR Cargo natively offers long trains, as long as the railway infrastructure management allows.
|General performance indicators||Standard||Top|
|Max train length||Any length *||Any length *|
|Max speed (km/h)||120||160|
* This is made possible by the individual motorization of the railcars which run in modules of 4 cars linked together.
This gauge allows semi-trailers with a 4-meter height on the railway infrastructure.
The RsR Cargo wagon has a lift-and-lower system that allows it to securely position the trailer's tires at any height from the rail. This feature will allow it to transport semi-trailers up to 4.20 m high on many European lines once the rolling stock is approved.
The profile of the railway tracks has no effect on the carrying capacity of the RsR cargo trains (see natural obstacles). This is a very important productivity factor.
|Ramp||750m RsR Cargo Train|
|0 0/00||2230 t|
|12 0/00||2230 t|
|20 0/00||2230 t|
|26 0/00||2230 t|
|30 0/00||2230 t|