Wednesday 27th May 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Campaigners plan to block Radlett rail freight scheme

Campaigners against the Radlett Strategic Rail Freight Interchange are hoping to reach 10,000 signatures on a petition aimed at stopping Hertfordshire County Council selling the land to HelioSlough

EU rail plan: job half done, says RFG

The European Commission has failed to root out anti-competitive behaviour in the rail industry with its latest package of measures, the Rail Freight Group has warned

Council demands rethink on rail freight terminal

St Albans council has demanded that the government re-opens the inquiry into the Radlett strategic rail freight terminal – and threatened high court action against them if it refuses

New charges for rail freight operators

The Office of Rail Regulation is introducing a new package of charges for freight operators to access the rail network, to be introduced from 2016, saying they would balance freight costs more fairly between businesses, taxpayers and passengers

£206m plan for rail freight

Network Rail has allocated £206 million for the development of the strategic rail freight network over the next five years, according to industry’s Strategic Business Plan for 2014-2019

Minister backs rail freight

The government is pushing ahead with plans to support the rail freight sector with investment in upgrading key routes, transport minister Norman Baker told Rail Freight Group members at the group’s annual lunch

Rail to cut Asia-Europe transit times

DB Schenker has run its first tests of a common consignment note for rail freight shipments between China and Europe – with the promise of shorter journey times