Union internationale des wagons-privés
Founded 18 Apr 1950, Attisholz (Switzerland), as International Union of Private Railway Wagon Owners' Associations – Union internationale d'associations de propriétaires de wagons de particuliers – Unión Internacional de Asociaciones de Propietarios de Vagones Particulares – Internationale Union von Verbänden der Privatgüterwagen-Besitzer. Subsequent title in English: International Union of Private Wagons (UIP). Currently referred to in English as International Union of Wagon Keepers. Registered in accordance with Belgian law.
Ensure the future of freight wagons by working towards a coordinated transport policy, which no longer discriminates against rail.
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