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BYLINE: BY JOSEPH BONNEY
Development of central and eastern Europe has been a boon for two intermodal rail companies that specialize in moving containers to and from the German ports of Hamburg and Bremerhaven.
TFG Transfracht, which provides intermodal service throughout Germany, Austria, Switzerland and eastern France, is expecting a 10 percent increase in traffic this year. TFG handled 932,000 TEUs in 2007 and expects to move more than 1 million this year, said Gerhard Oswald, the company's managing director.
Polzug, which links Hamburg and Bremerhaven with eastern Europe and nations in the former Soviet Union, carried 140,000 TEUs last year and …