Poland plans to change owner of Małaszewicze Reloading Region
The Małaszewicze Reloading Region, which is owned by PKP Cargo via its dedicated subsidiary Cargotor, will get a new holder. It will be divested to PKP PLK, the Polish rail infrastructure manager. Currently, both parties are discussing the details of the future deal.
The last day of autumn 2021, 30 November, has set a crucial milestone for the Małaszewicze Reloading Region, a key intermodal hub on the New Silk Road. PKP Cargo, Poland’s largest rail freight operator, and PKP PLK, the country’s rail infrastructure manager signed a letter of intent. The document suggests the divestment of Cargotor, a dedicated subsidiary of PKP Cargo that manages the broad gauge rail infrastructure around Małaszewicze. 100 per cent of Cargotor shares will be sold to PKP PLK. According to the letter of intent, the negotiations between PKP Cargo, which is mostly owned by private investors, and state-owned PKP PLK must be finalised by the end of June 2022 at the latest.
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