Freight traffic hub for the whole of East Bavaria
bayernhafen Regensburg is the freight traffic hub for the whole of East Bavaria and the market leader in Bavaria for inland waterway cargo handling. Through efficiently linking road, rail and inland waterway, it plays a significant role in serving the needs of the region’s inhabitants and businesses and provides companies in the region with the best conditions for their import and export activities.
bayernhafen Regensburg is the cereal hub for Bavaria – for farmers, mills and bakeries as well as for export to destinations around the world. The construction industry also has a significant presence at the location, such as construction materials companies who produce cement or concrete, and logistics service providers who handle construction materials, operate warehouses and deliver materials to construction sites. Additionally, high-value heavy-lift freight, such as transformers, are loaded onto barge at bayernhafen Regensburg destined for markets around the world. Companies also use the container terminal at bayernhafen Regensburg to export their products and to import intermediate goods and components.
Our high-performance infrastructure enables us to provide non-discriminatory and cost-effective access to the three equal modes of transport rail, road and inland waterway.
Should you experience any disruption or impediments when using our infrastructure, we can be reached around the clock via our location-wide hotline.
Central Disruption Management Infrastructure:
Accident Reporting Line (24 hr)
Phone 0800 7240 320
bayernhafen Regensburg has a water surface area of 22.7 hectares
This can be broken down as follows
- West Port (Westhafen): 820 metres in length / 72 metres wide
- East Port (Osthafen): 754 metres in length / 90 metres wide
- Oil port dock: 370 metres in length / 62 metres wide
- Ro-ro pier: 114 metres in length with the width of two ships
- Nominal depth: 3.70 metres
Total shore length: 10 km
Of which, quayside facilities: 5.2 km
bayernhafen Regensburg provides you with high-performance rail infrastructure delivering around 34 km of rail track. The port marshalling yard can easily accommodate block trains. Practically all land on the port and all quayside facilities have access to the port railway system.
As a result of our right of access to the German rail network, we can provide direct connections to the European rail network. bayernhafen Regensburg has its own freight transport station number (263087).
This infrastructure is increasingly used by rail transport companies and freight forwarders for environmentally efficient rail-bound transport logistics. The high-performance infrastructure is rounded off by a total of 75 points, one marshalling yard equipped with a decentralised electric points system, opportunities for trimodal combined transport and the terminal for loading trucks onto trains for the ‘Rolling Road’ rail service.
bayernhafen provides its infrastructure to rail transport companies (RTCs) on a non-discriminatory and fee-paying basis. The RTCs are responsible for managing freight train transfers from the station to the port as well as for shunting services within bayernhafen Regensburg’s railway infrastructure.
The following RTCs, among others, offer rail services at our Regensburg location:
DB Cargo AG
EVB Eisenbahnen und Verkehrsbetriebe Elbe-Weser GmbH
Linzer Str. 10
Internationale Gesellschaft für Eisenbahnverkehr
IGE GmbH & Co. KG
Am Bahngelände 2
Mitteldeutsche Eisenbahn GmbH
c/o DB Schenker Rail AG
SBB Cargo Deutschland GmbH
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