CFL cargo - Articles and news items
Issue 1 2014 / 12 February 2014 /
Since its creation in October 2006, CFL cargo has focused development on its strategic position at the heart of Europe. In December of the same year, even before the liberalisation of the European rail freight market, CFL cargo moved beyond the borders of Luxembourg by launching a transport of coils between Florange in France and Bettembourg in Luxembourg. Today, CFL cargo trains run in all directions – north, south, east and west. The action radius of the young rail freight operator from Luxembourg currently extends from Antwerp all the way to Istanbul, from Stockholm to Perpignan and beyond.
Rail industry news / 21 June 2012 /
Members of the European Parliament and railway stakeholders gathered on 19 June…
Issue 1 2011 / 15 February 2011 /
Strategically placed in the centre of Europe, Luxembourg’s railway network attracts, through the combined efforts of CFL and its freight subsidiaries CFL cargo and CFL Multimodal, important quantities of both passenger and freight traffic. Concerning freight transport, Luxembourg was no stranger to the effects the financial crisis had on the world. By and large, heavy industry transported less products and raw materials throughout the last two years. Still, the CFL freight operators were able to compensate for the losses by recruiting a variety of smaller transport contracts, resulting in more freight trains running on the CFL network.
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