An average freight train produces 74% less CO2 for each tonne of goods moved, helping companies across Britain meet their environmental targets.
At GBRf, we are committed to the global ambition to reach Net Zero by 2050 in order to slow down the devastating impact of climate change.
We’ve worked with Furrer+Frey GB and Tarmac to transform a terminal in Northamptonshire into the first in the UK to demonstrate an innovative overhead electrification system.
We work closely with the RSSB and the University of Derby to trial and embed decarbonisation initiatives across the industry and are a proactive member of the RSSB’s DECARB programme.
We have a long-running partnership with our office neighbour, the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, and have been a Gold Corporate Sponsor of the Trust since 2018.
Our offices, depots and training centres have been carefully modified to reduce our impact.
The majority of our locomotives are fitted with Remote Data Download, enabling us to track how and where they are running in real time.
If you are one of our current customers and would like an exact breakdown of the carbon emissions of your services, please speak to your designated account manager.