UK minister endorses Tesco investment in Tilbury freight facilities

UK rail minister Wendy Morton at Tilbury with Tesco

The rail minister Wendy Morton, who is also a member of Parliament in the West Midlands, was hosted by her parliamentary colleague Jackie Doyle-Price, the MP for the Thurrock constituency, have inspected supermarket retailer Tesco’s UK-Europe rail hub at the Port of Tilbury. The ministerial visit follows the company commissioning its five million pounds (5.98 million euro) investment in new rail freight services.

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Author: Simon Walton

Simon Walton is RailFreight's UK correspondent.

1 comment op “UK minister endorses Tesco investment in Tilbury freight facilities”

bönström bönström|26.07.22|11:28

When, now, proved Partner for refer products, then, finally, rails has proved high quality – and quality pays!
England/Scotland, in particular benefitting of nearness to ports, the by nature mechanised loading/unloading of ships, the railways is the device, by nature, etc., etc.
As other devices, those by air and by sea, for sake of the needed, added capacity, added utilisation of assets, simply for reduced costs, now urgently a decisive upgrading of infrastructure, the bottleneck, remains!

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UK minister endorses Tesco investment in Tilbury freight facilities

UK rail minister Wendy Morton at Tilbury with Tesco

The rail minister Wendy Morton, who is also a member of Parliament in the West Midlands, was hosted by her parliamentary colleague Jackie Doyle-Price, the MP for the Thurrock constituency, have inspected supermarket retailer Tesco’s UK-Europe rail hub at the Port of Tilbury. The ministerial visit follows the company commissioning its five million pounds (5.98 million euro) investment in new rail freight services.

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Author: Simon Walton

Simon Walton is RailFreight's UK correspondent.

1 comment op “UK minister endorses Tesco investment in Tilbury freight facilities”

bönström bönström|26.07.22|11:28

When, now, proved Partner for refer products, then, finally, rails has proved high quality – and quality pays!
England/Scotland, in particular benefitting of nearness to ports, the by nature mechanised loading/unloading of ships, the railways is the device, by nature, etc., etc.
As other devices, those by air and by sea, for sake of the needed, added capacity, added utilisation of assets, simply for reduced costs, now urgently a decisive upgrading of infrastructure, the bottleneck, remains!

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