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Lotos Kolej

Lotos Kolej
Sp. z o.o.
Ltd.
Industry Rail transport
Founded January 1, 2003
Headquarters Gdańsk, Poland
Key people
Henryk Gruca
CEO
Number of employees
230 (2005)
Website Lotos Kolej

Lotos Kolej sp. z o.o. is a Polish rail company operating as a part of Grupa Lotos JSC. Lotos Kolej is responsible for transporting Lotos Group products and delivering petrol for Rafineria Gdańska.

The company precedesor, Zakład Transportu Kolejowego Rafinerii Gdańskiej operated since 20 March 2002. Since 2003 the company has the license to transport petrol along all PKP PLK lines and is operating outside the Tricity, operating refineries in Czechowice-Dziedzice, Jasło and Gorlice.

Rails and rolling stock

The company manages over 80 km. of track on the refinery's property. The main locomotives used by the company are ST43, SM42 and SM48. Lotos Kolej uses many different kinds of oil tankers for transporting products of the Lotos Group.

Locomotive class TRAXX DE of LOTOS Kolej

See also

References

  • Companies official website, URL accessed 2 March 2006
  • Lotos Group report PDF (542 KiB)


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