Established in 2005 and headquartered in Gdynia, PCC Intermodal specializes in organizing intermodal transport of containers. The company's daily operations revolve around regular rail connections coordinated with road transport, enabling cargo deliveries and pickups directly to and from the client's door.
PCC Intermodal (then under the name of PCC Rail Containers) was the first private operator to establish a regular container train connection in Poland. After creating an office in Gdynia, PCC set up fixed services between container ports in Gdynia and Gdańsk and terminals in Sławków (Southern Poland) and Brzeg Dolny (near Wrocław). Meanwhile, PCC obtained licenses to perform national road transport carriage of goods, allowing the company to become a full-service operator.
Soon, the company expanded its operations beyond the Polish borders, to Europe's main container turntables in Hamburg, Rotterdam and Duisburg. In 2011, the company opened its hub terminal in Kutno near Warsaw, with current throughput amounting to 250,000 TEU and container storage capacity of 4,000 TEU. In addition, PCC operates its own terminals in Gliwice, Brzeg Dolny, Kolbuszowa and Frankfurt (Oder).
PCC Intermodal still develops network and has added services to Eatern Europe as well as in Baltic Adriatic corridor. One new inland terminal will be created in the eastern part of Poland, enabling better handling of the increasing cargo volumes between west and east. A remarkable future investment is building Intermodal Container Yard in Zajączkowo Tczewskie (30 km from Gdańsk). This dry port will support the cargo flows of Polands two main container gateways in the Baltic-Adriatic transport corridor.
PCC has been listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange since December 2009 and was granted with an AEO (Authorized Economic Operator) and SQAS (Safety & Quality Assessment System) certificates. The firm employs a total staff of almost 300 people.
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