Information in English

Cargo sous terrain (CST) aims to develop an innovative goods transport system by 2030 that will dramatically improve transport infrastructure in Switzerland and change the world of logistics over the medium term. Cargo sous terrain will create a new transport route exclusively reserved for goods, thereby releasing the burden on the country’s road and rail networks. It is a system developed by business, for business.


Press Releases

Cargo sous terrain mobilizes CHF 100 million
(press release January 23, 2018)


Delegation of CST at Federal Councillor Doris Leuthard, January 23, 2018

Delegation of CST at Federal Councillor Doris Leuthard, January 23, 2018 (from left to right):
Fabrice Zumbrunnen (President of the Board of Directors, Migros), Stefan Schimon (Owner & President of the Board of Directors, Gotthard 3/Antrimon), Daniel Wiener (Board of Directors and Head of Investor Relations, CST), Peter Sutterlüti (President of the Board of Directors, CST), Federal Councillor Doris Leuthard, Marco Rosso (Global Business Development Director, Meridiam), Jianzhong Guan (Chairman, Dagong), Dieter Bambauer (Head PostLogistics and ICT), Die Post), Amir Nayeri (Director Business Development, Meridiam), Joos Sutter (CEO, Coop)

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Coop, Migros, Mobiliar and Helvetia invest in the construction permission phase of Cargo sous terrain
(press release September 7, 2017)

Cargo sous terrain achieves milestone by becoming a public company
(press release March 24, 2017)

Swissinfo - "Plans mooted for underground goods tunnel" published on January 26 2016

Lloyd's Loading List - "Futurist Swiss logistics project to put cargo on the tube" published on March 23 2016

Postal Technology International - "Going underground" issue March 2016