Rail freight services through freight corridors deliver global and national transport. A freight corridor defines one country’s railway lines or crosses distinct countries ‘ territories.
Good interconnections between nations are required for effective global rail freight. There are many routes that need to be followed by global trains. This requires the managers of the corridors to coordinate coherently to guarantee a fluid transport.
Rail freight shipping is most frequently likened to road freight as a mode of national and foreign transport. It is also used as an option to it or as intermodal rail freight in conjunction with highway freight.