Genesee & Wyoming Subsidiary Completes Acquisition of Pentalver Transport from APM Terminals
Genesee & Wyoming Inc. (G&W) announced that its subsidiary, GWI UK Acquisition Company Limited, has completed the acquisition of all of the issued share capital of Pentalver Transport Limited.
Freightliner & British Steel – Collaboration Success
Teams from Freightliner and British Steel’s Immingham Bulk Terminal and Ore Blending Plant have collaborated to improve the process flow, removing a massive bottleneck in the last stage of the supply chain feeding the steelworks, resulting in a more efficient operation.
Genesee & Wyoming Inc. to Acquire Pentalver Transport Ltd
GWI UK Acquisition Company Limited has entered into an agreement with a subsidiary of APM Terminals (a subsidiary of A P Møller-Maersk A/S) to purchase all of the issued share capital of Pentalver Transport Limited.
WW1 Railway Workers Remembered at Freightliner Locomotive Naming
On 11 November, Armistice Day, Freightliner locomotive 66418 was named ‘Patriot’ in honour of railway workers who lost their lives in World War 1.
Buxton’s Battle of Somme heroes honoured in loco naming
A Freightliner class 66 diesel locomotive has been named “Poppy” in memory of 15 workers from Buxton Lime Firms (now Tarmac) who served and died in the Battle of the Somme.
Freightliner supports Department for Transport’s Rail Freight Strategy
“The Strategy emphasises the importance of having a clear policy framework to support rail freight to achieve its potential.”
Axis strikes a deal with Freightliner for an additional 50 trucks
These new Euro 6 units boast a low carbon footprint and reduced fuel consumption, making them cleaner, safer and more cost effective.
Freightliner Poland names first DRAGON locomotive
During a ceremony held at Warszawa Wschodnia railway station on June 9 2016, Newag S.A. officially handed over the first of five DRAGON locomotives to Freightliner PL.
Freightliner first in the UK to build box wagons out of recycled coal hoppers
Freightliner Heavy Haul places into use a new fleet of wagons made using parts from redundant coal hoppers.