The DB AutoZug GmbH company
DB AutoZug GmbH manages the business operations of Autozug and City Night Line and is also responsible for the economic performance of EuroNight and D-Nacht trains. Its remit also includes transport to and from the island of Sylt, with the Sylt Shuttle, as well as Wangerooge ferry and island railway.
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DB AutoZug GmbH is a wholly-owned subsidiary of DB Bahn Fernverkehr AG and manages motorail (Autozug) and night trains (City Night Line). Since 2002, DB AutoZug GmbH has had sole responsibility for the operation of its trains as a railway undertaking. DB AutoZug GmbH is also responsible for the SyltShuttle and Wangerooge island transport segment.
Deutsche Bahn Autozug trains run to 16 terminals at attractive destinations in Germany, France, Italy and Austria. These services are not only stress-free and avoid road traffic congestion for the passenger, but are also climate friendly, as the carbon emissions of a journey with DB Autozug are roughly 67 per cent lower than the same journey made by car.
In December 2007, the various night train products offered by DB were amalgamated under the City Night Line brand, which is managed by DB AutoZug GmbH in Dortmund. City Night Line operates 17 routes in eight different countries: Denmark, Germany, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland and the Czech Republic.
DB European Railservice (ERS) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of DB AutoZug GmbH and bundles the core competencies of service, management and operational on-board services on night trains and motorail services at DB. It is responsible for providing basic and advanced training for service staff and for the development and implementation of new service and catering concepts on board the trains.
DB AutoZug GmbH
Presse- und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit
Tel.: +49 (0)231/729-3330
Fax: +49 (0)231/729-3333