Peel launches the Scouse-Scottish express

Peel Ports has partnered with DB Cargo UK to provide a new container rail service between the Port of Liverpool and Scotland for the first time. The service, due to begin on 8 May, will operate to Mossend terminal in Glasgow, with onward road delivery to destinations across Scotland. The new service will comprise up to 30 wagons and is expected to carry over 40 containers per trip. The service will ... [+]

Green signal for Mossend rail scheme

Property consultant CBRE says that its clients Peter Stirling and Carnbroe Estates have secured planning permission in principle from the Scottish Government for the Mossend International Railfreight Park. The project would extend the current Mossend Railhead terminal and will include a 775m long electrified rail terminal, 2.2m sq ft of space ... [+]

Expanded Mossend ‘will boost Scots intermodal business’

The £250 million expansion of the Mossend International Railfreight Terminal in Central Scotland will help shift freight from road to rail, says site owner and terminal operator PD Stirling. Mossend International Railfreight Park will increase capacity by two thirds and offer a rail link to UK and European markets, along with ... [+]

Mossend plans to expand

PD Stirling and the ID Meiklam Trust have submitted a planning application to extend the International Railfreight Terminal at Mossend in Central Scotland. The proposed £250m International Railfreight Terminal would add 350 acres to the existing site and allow 775m long trains, with 200,000sq m of warehousing added in a ... [+]

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