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UK Rail Minister Huw Merriman applauds innovation at WH Davis 

Image: LinkedIn. WH Davis

A boost for UK rail freight and manufacturing. That was the conclusion of a ministerial visit last week to the only independent freight rolling stock manufacturer in the UK. In a show of support for the UK rail freight industry and manufacturing prowess, Rail Minister Huw Merriman visited the engineering works of WH Davis, the country’s sole remaining independent freight rolling stock manufacturer. The visit, accompanied by local member of parliament Mark Fletcher MP, marked an opportunity to witness firsthand the cutting-edge innovation and dedication that powers the industry’s growth.

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Four gentlemen in orange high visibility vests pose in front of a Drax liveried hopper wagon

UK Rail Minister Huw Merriman applauds innovation at WH Davis 

Image: LinkedIn. WH Davis

A boost for UK rail freight and manufacturing. That was the conclusion of a ministerial visit last week to the only independent freight rolling stock manufacturer in the UK. In a show of support for the UK rail freight industry and manufacturing prowess, Rail Minister Huw Merriman visited the engineering works of WH Davis, the country’s sole remaining independent freight rolling stock manufacturer. The visit, accompanied by local member of parliament Mark Fletcher MP, marked an opportunity to witness firsthand the cutting-edge innovation and dedication that powers the industry’s growth.

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