Topic: Highland Spring

VIP party at the rail freight terminal at Highland Spring mineral water, standing in front of a goods train

Freight flows for Highland Spring water

Despite a tide of challenges, Highland Spring mineral water has finally inaugurated their much-anticipated rail freight facility. The terminal at their headquarters and bottling plant in Blackford, Scotland, has dispatched its first train in front...Read more
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First tracks laid to Levenmouth

It may not have quite the profile of HS2, but a short line project in Fife is fast-tracking a community back onto the national network. Rail freight is playing a pivotal role and will have...Read more
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Freight features in Scottish transport review

The Scottish government has opened a twelve-week consultation into its second Strategic Transport Projects Review (STPR2). The comprehensive look at transport requirements for the next twenty years seeks to engage public opinion on all aspects...Read more
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Company rail connections back in fashion

Growing confidence in the rail freight sector has seen significant development in multi-user rail terminals around the UK. Now, with the agenda shifting towards environmental imperatives, the advantages of bespoke corporate rail facilities are appealing to a...Read more
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GBRf pitches for Scottish business

The head of a leading rail freight operator in Britain has made its case for more business in Scotland, which would grow the overall market and reduce rural road miles. John Smith, the founder and chief...Read more
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