Grup Feroviar Român is the largest company within the Grampet Group and the biggest private freight rail operator in Romania and South-eastern Europe. Currently, GFR's operations are distributed as 20% at the international level and 80% at the national level, establishing itself as a reliable partner.
Founded in 2001 as a shunting operator, GFR ventured into the rail transport industry in 2002. From 2002 to 2005, GFR expanded its market share in the transportation of petroleum products. In 2006, it began offering international freight transportation services, and in 2008, it became the first Romanian private freight operator to collaborate with the Ukrainian National Railway Company.
Since 2010, GFR operates across all Romanian rail borders. Starting in 2011, the company initiated a comprehensive process of digitizing its internal rail operation systems. In 2023, GFR received the Single Safety Certificate from the European Union Agency for Railways (ERA), which enabled the expansion of its operations into Greece.
The Romanian Rail Group began its operations in Romania in 2001, continuously developing and adapting to the competitive environment of freight rail transport. In 2023, GFR received the Single Safety Certificate from the European Union Agency for Railways (ERA), which allowed the expansion of its operations into Greece.
Bulgarian Railway Company EAD was established in 2004 and has been operating as the first private rail operator in Bulgaria since 2006. It has become one of the most significant private freight rail operators on both national and international levels.
The Bulgarian Railway Company EAD has established strategic border agreements with Turkey, Serbia, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Croatia, North Macedonia, and Greece for the utilization of the wagons operated by these states.
The company is headquartered in the capital of Bulgaria, Sofia, but it has several operational points throughout the country, in Varna, Burgas, Gorna, Oryahovitsa, Ruse, and Plovdiv. Besides freight rail transport, the Bulgarian Railway Company EAD also engages in other rail-specific activities, such as transport logistics, wagon handling, train composition, and minor wagon repairs.
Train Hungary was established in 2005 in Debrecen and began operating in January 2006. The company is headquartered in Budapest, and since 2016, Train Hungary has been providing rail transport services in Croatia, with a branch in Zagreb. In 2018, negotiations were initiated for the establishment of a new Train Hungary branch in Slovenia.
Train Hungary offers a comprehensive range of services to its clients and has access to the expertise accumulated in over 20 years of experience in the freight rail transport industry by GRAMPET Group.
Eurorail Serbia obtained its transport license as a private operator on the territory of Serbia in 2013. The company began operating rail transport at the end of 2017. The company has had and continues to have all the necessary resources to ensure its customers receive individualized service offers, meeting the highest requirements, with the aim of increasing efficiency and reducing costs.
Eurorail Serbia is part of active partnerships with private and state railway operators from all neighbouring countries, based on which it can offer complete logistics solutions throughout the entire Balkan region.
GRAMPET Cargo Austria provides specialized services and solutions in rail logistics and rail freight transport in Central and South-eastern Europe.
Innovation is one of the main pillars of GRAMPET Cargo Austria. The solutions in the company's portfolio help supply chain management of partners from various industries to have access to state-of-the-art technology.
TEF Logistică Feroviară is a company within the GRAMPET Group, specialized in shunting operations as well as in the trade of spare parts for rolling stock.
GRAMPET Rail Cargo started its activity in January 2002 and is a licensed Rail Transport Operator.
For the execution of transport and industrial shunting operations, GRAMPET Rail Cargo owns and operates 65 locomotives and 901 freight wagons, enabling it to perform railway transport on approximately 80% of the railway network in Romania.