At our four locations – in the Netherlands, Germany, Italy and Switzerland – over 900 top-qualified employees make both the quality and the safety of SBB Cargo International possible with constant commitment and extensive knowledge at 365 days a year.
Our company is proud of its motivated specialist staff, who is familiar with the needs of the transport market and it provides appropriate support, as well as being open and flexible to new intentions.
SBB Cargo International guarantees its employees a motivating atmosphere in a modern working environment. We value continuing training of our staff and versatile professional and personal development opportunities. The skills of each person are promoted and deployed in the interests of the company in a future- and success-oriented manner. With SBB Cargo International you will find progressive and attractive employment conditions.
As an education partner of SBB, BLS, RhB, VöV and around 50 other Swiss companies, login organises market-oriented vocational training, commercial internships and continuing education. Around 2000 apprentices in 25 professions complete a nationally recognised apprenticeship at login per year.
SBB Cargo International also trains train drivers at the highest level in Germany and Italy.
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Whether from Germany, Italy or the Netherlands: The train drivers ensure that the goods arrive at the customer’s premises on time and reliably.
Our dispatchers are responsible for the economic use of locomotives and locomotive staff. Furthermore, they ensure the quality of service in case of irregularities and malfunctions.
Proactive customer information as well as the acceptance, checking and recording of incoming transport orders are also part of the job. Our dispatchers are responsible for placing orders with the service provider and monitoring the current files and order data.
Our shift management staff bears operational responsibility for SBB Cargo International's products. They are responsible for the cross-border overall co-ordination, including our subsidiaries and partner railways, the management of the dispatching centre itself and the volume management of available train paths and resources.
The priorities are implemented in the dispatching centre. All briefings are led by the shift leaders. They have scheduling responsibility for individual SBB Cargo International products.