Getlink eyes “significant growth potential” of cross-Channel rail

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Getlink/Eurotunnel is seeking to unlock what it describes as the “significant growth potential” of cross-Channel rail freight. In the fourth quarter of last year, a total of 318 freight trains operated through the fixed Link, down 10 per cent on the same period in 2022. Figures for the whole year showed that the number of freight trains fell by 5 per cent in 2022 to 1,417 trains – less than six per working day.

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Author: Stuart Todd

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