The first JNA-X Box Wagon prototype for GB Railfreight and Porterbrook has rolled off Greenbrier’s production line in Romania.
The Llandudno Junction freight yard is back in use following renovation work and will now be used to transport Welsh slate aggregate.
Greenbrier will build 100 60' intermodal twin wagons for GB Railfreight. Porterbrook will purchase the units and lease them to GBRf.
The latest quarterly statistics cover UK rail freight moved, freight lifted, freight delays per 100 train km, freight train kilometres by operator and...
GB Railfreight (GBRf), one of the UK’s leading rail freight companies, has won a contract with B Logistics, the Belgian rail freight company, to move...
Eurotunnel Group announced that it has received a binding and irrevocable offer from EQT Infrastructure II, for the potential acquisition of GB Railfreight
The GB Railfreight Sibleco contract has been extended for a further five years, with GB Railfreight leasing new wagons to fulfill the terms.