Pipe Transport from Mülheim to Mukran
Nord Stream 2 relies on low-carbon rail transport to carry its 12-tonne, 12-meter-long steel pipes to the ports where they will be concrete weight-coated. To ensure timely deliveries from the pipe mill in Mülheim an der Ruhr to the port of Mukran, Germany, two trains operated by DB Cargo AG have been making the journey every single day since October 2016. It takes over 11 hours and several experienced drivers to deliver each trainload of pipes to Mukran in perfect condition.
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