Logistics News - 3rd of April

Logistics News - 3rd of April

"Lord Tony Berkeley may be due to retire from his position as Chairman of the Rail Freight Group (RFG) in November, but there is no sign that either he or the organisation he has helped guide so well for the past twenty years or so are intending to take it easy on the government with regard to matters so essential to track borne cargo as HS2 and the new West Coast Partnership, which the government put out to tender this week."

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"Farmers Guardian understands a large scale trial at North British Distillery in West Lothian concluded the spirit yield per tonne in home produced wheat was too variable.

Fife Farmer and agronomist Gordon Rennie has been at the forefront of the ’In The Spirit’ campaign which seeks to persuade distillers that if a bottle of Scotch Whisky is labelled ’Produce of Scotland’ as many as possible of the ingredients should be home produced."

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"The UK Government has announced that diesel-only trains will be phased out by 2040. Currently, 29% of the UK’s fleet is diesel and the move has been received positively by campaigners. But what does the phase-out involve?"

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