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P&O on the growth track

[ March 9, 2020   //   ]

P&O Ferries has opened a second rail line into its Europoort, Rotterdam terminal. The 650-metre long track will allow the ferry company and its Ferrymasters logistics arm to handle up to eight trains a day with up to 36 trailers or 42 45 foot containers each.

P&O Ferries and P&O Ferrymasters also plan to expand their rail network into new geographies. The second rail line at Europoort is expected to handle fast moving consumer goods from across Europe as well as automotive parts and products en route to North East England.

P&O Ferries operates three sailings a week to Teesport and seven sailings a week to Hull from Rotterdam.

(C) Roel Dijkstra Fotografie / Foto : Fred Libochant
Rotterdam / Europoort / een 2e treinspoor op het kadeterein van P&O Ferries, met wagons vol geladen met P&O Ferrymasters huckepack trailers en containers.