All members

CER brings together more than 70 railway undertakings, their national associations as well as infrastructure managers and vehicle leasing companies. The membership is made up of long-established bodies, new entrants and both private and public enterprises, representing 73% of the rail network length, 80% of the rail freight business and about 96% of rail passenger operations in EU, EFTA and EU accession countries.

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Magyar Államvasutak

MÁV is the national railway company in Hungary, both providing transport services and managing rail infrastructure.

MÁV HUNGARY
Iarnród Éireann

IÉ is the national railway company in Ireland, both providing transport services and managing rail infrastructure.

IRELAND
Israel Railways

Israel Railways corporation Ltd., partner of CER since 2017, is the state-owned principal railway company responsible for all inter-city, commuter, and freight rail transport in Israel.

ISR ISRAEL
Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane

FS SpA is the national railway company in Italy, both providing transport services and managing rail infrastructure.

FS Italiane ITALY
East Japan Railway Company

JR East is the railway company of the east of Japan.

JR East JAPAN
Latvijas Dzelzceļš

The state joint-stock company LDZ is the largest railway in the Baltic countries.

LDZ LATVIA
Baltijas Transīta Serviss

BTS is a private company, providing rail freight services. The company operates from Latvia.

BTS LATVIA
Baltijas Ekspresis

Baltijas Ekspresis operates freight services. It is the first licenced rail freight company in the private sector in Latvia.

BE LATVIA
Lietuvos Geležinkeliai

  LG is the state joint-stock company in Lithuania.  

LG LITHUANIA
Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer Luxembourgeois

CFL is the national railway company in Luxembourg, both providing transport services and managing rail infrastructure.

CFL LUXEMBOURG

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