With our people-focused values, our staff are primed to work directly with customers to help them realise their rail freight needs, creating a truly tailored service in every aspect of the industry.
Working with leading UK & European manufacturers, vehicle maintainers and passenger operators, we offer a wide range of services from new train delivery to disposal of legacy BR fleets.
With extensive knowledge in supporting new vehicle testing for Hitachi, Siemens, Alstom and CAF we offer bespoke operating packages across the country.
Our passenger portfolio includes the luxurious Belmond Royal Scotsman touring train as well as providing operational services to support the Caledonian Sleeper services for Transport for Scotland.
Utilising the development of railheads in Manchester, Leeds and London, we move waste to treatment centres and landfill sites across the UK using specialist rail box wagons in partnership with Biffa and Walsh.
Construction waste materials can be processed at the rail hubs as required before delivery to the landfill location.
We operate intermodal services to and from multiple ports in the UK, including Felixstowe, Southampton, Elderslie, London Gateway, Teesport and Seaforth. We also have the capability to offer special services to and from other ports such as Tilbury and Port of Tyne.
The inland terminals we deliver to are Hams Hall, Birch Coppice, EMG in the midlands, Doncaster, iPort, Tinsley, Rotherham and Manchester. For further details regarding our services or to request a full copy of our timetable, please contact our intermodal team on 01394 613325 or by emailing email@example.com.
We operated an inaugural service with Drax Power to transport Biomass and operate a fleet of bespoke wagons. This has helped to win us new customers such as Lynmouth Power. Our Biomass deliveries can move circa 115,000 tonnes per week using around 80 trains.
We also move gas condensate for the production of specialised fuels and jet fuel to Heathrow.
We also provide internal logistics solutions to the UK industry. At Celsa’s Cardiff works, we move finished, and part finished, products across their internal rail network.
Using rail to transport large volumes reduces costs, lowers the environmental impact and simplifies the process of supply chains, allowing more flexible logistics planning. Our vision for the automotive network is to expand our portfolio by supporting the automotive components industry. Using our expertise in the movement of goods to and from Europe, we are able to offer lower unit costs for our customers, on movement, the importing of automotive parts and exported vehicles.
Through contracts including those with Tarmac, Aggregate Industries, Cemex, Hanson, Breedon and Sibelco, we move circa 5 million tonnes of aggregates and sand. We also move 600,000 tonnes of cement across the UK annually.
With British Gypsum and EBP, we transport raw materials from import locations and power stations to processing facilities for the production of plaster and plasterboard.
We’ve played an integral part in the construction of the Elizabeth line and currently HS2. We have diversified by operating the maintenance yellow plant for the Elizabeth line, which includes a rail milling machine and self-propelled engineering trains.
For all access related requests, you are required to complete the GB Railfreight Access & Facilities Request Form and email to the relevant addresses listed within the document.
Britain’s railway system is one of the safest and most extensively used rail networks in the world. Our exceptional safety performance has been achieved by highly competent people, by close cooperation between teams and companies, the adoption of advanced health and safety management systems and the effective application of technology.
Effective leadership is critical to delivering the opportunities outlined in this strategy and to developing the necessary management capabilities. We need to empower all employees, at all levels, to work together and deliver results more efficiently and effectively than would be possible in isolation.