The year 2022 was the first after two years marked by the COVID-19 pandemic, where business resumed in a way more similar to pre-pandemic times. The experiences gained during the pandemic years have nevertheless been valuable ones, resulting now in more flexibility and adaptiveness in the way the organisation operates, e.g. as regards the organisation of meetings and remote work. With an ever-expanding project portfolio, it has again been a busy period for RailNetEurope (RNE) and its Members. Ongoing activities and new developments within the international business of Infrastructure Managers (IMs), Allocation Bodies (ABs) and Rail Freight Corridors (RFCs) that make up RNE have again brought new challenges and major progress in all our business areas.
RNE’s Financial Report 2022 was approved by the RNE General Assembly at its meeting on 31 May 2023 in Stockholm. Despite the growing number of tasks, the accounts of the Association demonstrate sound economic and financial results.
Also included in the report is an overview of activities and highlights in RNE’s five business areas, found in the extended foreword.
We hope that you will find this extended Financial Report informative, and we are excited to move forward together with our partners in continuing to facilitate international rail services throughout Europe.
View and download the RNE Financial Report 2022 HERE.