Grouping stations works for me.
A related question: Some suppliers, both raw material and produced goods, start at “0” productivity.
I also saw i could rise that level by offering the service to transport goods (sometines :/ )
So let’s say i have one “forest” and one sawmill. Will the forest start producing when i set up transport between it and a sawmill which is also currently at “0”? Or do i need to setup a way the products of the sawmill find a receiver?
Or, in other words, is the production “demand-driven” or “transport-driven”?
I also noticed that raising the output of a given goods source seems to be frequency-tied. If i send one large train to a source like an oil-well, production seems to decline, if i send multiple trains to the same location, production seems to raise (as will my costs). Can somebody confirm this?