MAJOR SEAPORTS: There are no seaports but there is Mertert near Grevenmacher on the Moselle which is Luxembourg's only commercial port on the river
RAIL AND ROADWAYS: Operated by Chemins de Fer Luxembourgeois (CFL). The total length of operational (standard gauge) track is 274 km. There are services from Luxembourg City to Ettelbruck, Esch-sur Alzette, Wasserbillig and Kleinbettingen while international routes extend to Trier, Koblenz, Brussels, Liège, Metz and Nancy. The railway network links into Belgium, Germany and France. Some of the cross-border services are run by CFL, others by SNCF, NMBS/SNCB and DB. There is now a frequent high-speed connection to Paris via the LGV Est line. EuroCap-Rail is a proposed high-speed axis connecting Brussels, Luxembourg (city), and Strasbourg.
EXPORT GOODS: steel products, machinery and equipment, foodstuffs, diamonds, chemicals
EXPORT PARTNERS: Germany, France and Belgium
IMPORT GOODS: fuels, foodstuffs, ores and metal, different consumer goods
IMPORT PARTNERS: Belgium, Germany, France, the Netherlands, China, the United Kingdom and the United States.