Friday 19th Jul 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Rethink rail freight charges, says RFG

The Rail Freight Group has called the Office of Rail Regulation rethink proposals for a levy on operators moving power station coal, iron ore and spent nuclear fuel, which could amount to an additional £60m year

London Gateway picks builder for rail terminal

DP World has chosen Balfour Beatty to build a rail terminal at London Gateway, the deep-sea container port and logistics park that is being built on the north bank of the Thames, east of London

DAF announces Euro 6 engines with common rail

DAF Trucks has unveiled a new generation of commercial vehicle engines ready for the introduction of the Euro 6 emissions legislation which comes into force on 1st January 2014

Tesco launches rail service to Wales

Tesco has launched a new rail service from its rail enabled distribution centre at Daventry to the Wentloog terminal in South Wales to serve its Magor distribution centre

Scots “pitifully small” rail freight budget

Hundreds of thousands of tonnes of freight which could have switched to rail transport will stay on the roads as a result of the Scottish government’s 62.5 per cent cut in funding for Freight Facilities Grants

HS2 must not distract from rail freight development

The government’s decision to push ahead with a high speed rail line to the Midlands and North West (HS2) got a welcome from the Rail Freight Group and a warning from the Freight Transport Association that it must not be allowed to distract from the needs