CFF Cargo (SBB Cargo en allemand, FFS Cargo en italien, VFS Cargo en romanche, SBB Cargo en anglais) est une filiale des Chemins de fer fédéraux suisses (CFF). Elle gère le trafic ferroviaire de marchandises.↑ 1,0, 1,1 et 1,2 « Schweizerische Bundesbahnen SBB Cargo AG », Office du Registre du commerce du canton de Bâle-ville (consulté le 8 mars 2008)↑ Communiqué de presse CFF Cargo, le 25 mars 2014

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  • CFF Cargo (SBB Cargo en allemand, FFS Cargo en italien, VFS Cargo en romanche, SBB Cargo en anglais) est une filiale des Chemins de fer fédéraux suisses (CFF). Elle gère le trafic ferroviaire de marchandises.
  • SBB Cargo is a subsidiary of Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) specialising in railfreight and is operated as the Freight division. Swiss Federal Railways is a formerstate-owned and -controlled company that was transformed in 1999 into a joint-stock company under special legislation following the first Swiss railway reform and divided up into three independent divisions: Passenger, Freight and Infrastructure. The headquarters of Swiss Federal Railways SBB Cargo AG, the Freight division's official designation, are in Basel. A relocation to Olten is planned in autumn 2014. reight division. Swiss Federal Railways is a formerstate-owned and -controlled company that was transformed in 1999 into a joint-stock company under special legislationreight division. Swiss Federal Railways is a formerstate-owned and -controlled company that was transformed in 1999 into a joint-stock company under special legislationIn 2012, SBB Cargo had 3,327 employees and achieved consolidated sales of CHF 922 million. In Switzerland, SBB Cargo is the market leader in rail freight, transporting 175,000 tons of goods every day. This corresponds to the weight of 425 fully loaded jumbo jets.The company is headed by Nicolas Perrin. SBB Cargo is mandated by its owner, the Swiss Confederation, to contribute to the modal shift from road to rail. In the "Cargo Switzerland" business area, it is required – as system leader – to operate a wagonload freight network both within Switzerland and on the import/export routes. This network must be aligned to the needs of Swiss business and cover its owncosts. The "Cargo International" business area focuses on providing competitive and profitable traction services for intermodal and block trains on the main north–south transit corridor.SBB Cargo is an active member of the Xrail alliance, which was founded by seven European freight railways in February 2010 with the aim of making international wagonload rail transport more customer-friendly and efficient.
  • FFS Cargo (in tedesco SBB Cargo, in francese CFF Cargo) è la società affiliata delle Ferrovie Federali Svizzere (FFS) che gestisce il settore del traffico merci su rotaia dopo che nel 1999, in seguito alla prima riforma ferroviaria in Svizzera, quella che un tempo era un'azienda in regia federale è stata trasformata in una società anonima di diritto speciale e suddivisa in tre divisioni indipendenti: Traffico viaggiatori, Traffico merci e Infrastruttura. La sede centrale delle Ferrovie federali svizzere FFS Cargo SA – questo il nome giuridico dell’impresa – si trova a Basilea. È previsto il trasferimento a Olten nell’autunno del 2014.
  • SBB Cargo ist das im Schienengüterverkehr tätige Tochterunternehmen der Schweizerischen Bundesbahnen, von der sie als Division Güterverkehr geführt wird. 1999 wurde die SBB als ehemaliger Regiebetrieb des Bundes als Folge der ersten Bahnreform in der Schweiz in eine spezialgesetzliche Aktiengesellschaft umgewandelt und in die drei unabhängigen Divisionen Personenverkehr, Güterverkehr und Infrastruktur aufgeteilt. Der Hauptsitz der Schweizerische Bundesbahnen SBB Cargo AG, wie das Unternehmen juristisch heisst, ist Basel. Für Herbst 2014 ist der Umzug nach Olten geplant.
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  • CFF Cargo (SBB Cargo en allemand, FFS Cargo en italien, VFS Cargo en romanche, SBB Cargo en anglais) est une filiale des Chemins de fer fédéraux suisses (CFF). Elle gère le trafic ferroviaire de marchandises.↑ 1,0, 1,1 et 1,2 « Schweizerische Bundesbahnen SBB Cargo AG », Office du Registre du commerce du canton de Bâle-ville (consulté le 8 mars 2008)↑ Communiqué de presse CFF Cargo, le 25 mars 2014
  • SBB Cargo ist das im Schienengüterverkehr tätige Tochterunternehmen der Schweizerischen Bundesbahnen, von der sie als Division Güterverkehr geführt wird. 1999 wurde die SBB als ehemaliger Regiebetrieb des Bundes als Folge der ersten Bahnreform in der Schweiz in eine spezialgesetzliche Aktiengesellschaft umgewandelt und in die drei unabhängigen Divisionen Personenverkehr, Güterverkehr und Infrastruktur aufgeteilt.
  • SBB Cargo is a subsidiary of Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) specialising in railfreight and is operated as the Freight division. Swiss Federal Railways is a formerstate-owned and -controlled company that was transformed in 1999 into a joint-stock company under special legislation following the first Swiss railway reform and divided up into three independent divisions: Passenger, Freight and Infrastructure.
  • FFS Cargo (in tedesco SBB Cargo, in francese CFF Cargo) è la società affiliata delle Ferrovie Federali Svizzere (FFS) che gestisce il settore del traffico merci su rotaia dopo che nel 1999, in seguito alla prima riforma ferroviaria in Svizzera, quella che un tempo era un'azienda in regia federale è stata trasformata in una società anonima di diritto speciale e suddivisa in tre divisioni indipendenti: Traffico viaggiatori, Traffico merci e Infrastruttura.
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