Stadler have signed an agreement with GBRF for the supply of 30 Class 99 bi-mode Co’Co’ locomotives in the UK.
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A rail freight terminal in Northamptonshire has become the first in the UK to demonstrate an electrification system, boosting plans to reach net zero.
GB Railfreight is undertaking a three-month trial with a Class 18 Hybrid+ CBD90 diesel-battery shunting locomotive owned by Beacon Rail Leasing.
HS2 Ltd has revealed the colossal logistics operation that is taking place at its logistics hub near Willesden Junction, which will be used to process earth and deliver construction materials.
Manchester’s railway has received a once in a generation maintenance upgrade of a 21st century signalling system, which aims to improve future journeys for passengers and rail freight.
GB Railfreight (GBRf) has completed two major upgrade projects aimed at improving vital Local Distribution Centres (LDCs) in Eastleigh and Bescot.
HS2's Logistics hub in Willesden will enable the removal of one million lorries from the roads in the London area alone, significantly reducing the project’s environmental impact.
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The UK government has announced the formation of a new public body, Great British Railways, which will bring the UK's railways under single, accountable national leadership.
Ahead of the publication of the UK government's Rail White Paper, GB Railfreight has called for the appointment of a 'Freight Evangelist’ to steer the UK rail freight sector and assure future growth.
The wagons will be used to support GB Railfreight's growing demand for intermodal services and contribute to the reduction of carbon emissions.
Under the new contract, which builds on an existing 10-year relationship, GBRf will provide internal shunting services for Celsa Steel UK, as well as all internal rail movements.
The extension of the contract will result in the expansion of GBRf's fleet, the repair capacity at two of its depots and the number of field service engineers.
The partnership will manage the production of intermodal wagons by Greenbrier and marks another step towards the promotion of sustainable and low carbon freight transport.