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Press Release - Lean & Green StarPress Release - Lean & Green StarCFL multimodal group rewarded with Label Lean & Green STAR. 22 % CO2 emission cuts over the past 5 years. Dudelange, July 13th, 2018 – Today, CFL logistics, subsidiary of the CFL multimodal group, was awarded the Label Lean & Green STAR, in presence of Minister François Bausch. CFL logistics achieved its objective to cut its CO2 emissions by 20 % over the past five years.Lean and Green is an international stimulation programme, which encourages companies and organisations to engage in sustainability measures. This programme has been launched in 2014 by the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructure in collaboration with the Cluster for Logistics.CFL logistics aimed at reducing its CO2 emissions by 20 % within five years, by realizing measures including• modal transfer from road to rail,• truck routes and loading rates optimization,• fuel consumption reduction,• energy efficiency in warehousing infrastructureThe implementation of these measures led CFL logistics to reduce its CO2 emissions by 22 %. The label Lean & Green STAR rewards this great achievement.Barbara CHEVALIER, Director of Strategy and Business Development for the CFL multimodal Group, draws a positive balance "The Lean & Green programme enables the CFL multimodal group to position itself as a committed player in sustainable logistics in Luxembourg and Europe. In recent years, the label has been a catalyst for achieving our CO2 reduction goals. It also enabled us to engage our employees in environmental values and sustainable development."----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------About CFL multimodalCFL multimodal is a logistics service provider, covering the entire logistics chain. With 12 companies in 6 European countries, CFL multimodal and its sister company CFL cargo offer a broad, high-quality and personalised service portfolio combined and conventional rail freight, wagon maintenance and repairs, customs clearance, as well as forwarding and logistics services. In Luxembourg, the activities of CFL multimodal center on the intermodal terminal Bettembourg-Dudelange in the Eurohub South Logistics Park. Located on the Rail Freight Corridor 2 (North Sea-Mediterranean) and at the crossroads of the North-South and East-West transport routes, the terminal is ideally positioned as an international hub for the consolidation of multimodal transport flows across Europe and beyond. With a total yearly capacity of 600.000 units and equipped with the latest technology in terms of security and surveillance, the intermodal terminal is connected by combined train shuttles to the main ports and industrial regions.ContactJulie BÜCHLERHead of CommunicationsTel + 352 4996 0104julie.buchler@cfl-mm.lu7/12/2018 10:00:00 PM
CFL multimodal invites to the "Tag der Logistik 19.04.2018"CFL multimodal invites to the "Tag der Logistik 19.04.2018"Discover the intermodal terminalHave a look behind the scenes of our intermodal terminal in Bettembourg-Dudelange. More info and registration here​ 19.04.2018 / www.tag-der-logistik.de4/16/2018 10:00:00 PM
Press release - Laurence Zenner appointed CEO of CFL cargoPress release - Laurence Zenner appointed CEO of CFL cargoAppointment of new CFL cargo CEO effective January 1st 2018Luxembourg, 13 October 2017 – Pursuant to today’s decision of the CFL cargo Board of Directors, Laurence ZENNER has been appointed CEO of CFL cargo, effective January 1st 2018. She will succeed to Marc POLINI, who is taking retirement. Laurence ZENNER holds a Civil Engineering degree from the University of Liège (ULg) and has more than 22 years of experience, 18 of which in the rail industry. She started her career as Research & Development Engineer with a manufacturer of steel buildings and joined the CFL Group in 1999, where she held different responsibilities in the area of fixed installations. Managing the Infrastructure department from 2012 to 2014, Laurence Zenner was appointed General Secretary in March 2014 and also took over the role of Quality Manager of the CFL Group in April 2016. Aged 46, Laurence ZENNER is married and has two children.“I am ready to take up this new and great challenge of contributing to the development of the freight activities. I have always been passionate about all aspects of the railway domain and of logistics,” explains the future CEO of CFL cargo.Marc WENGLER, CEO of CFL Group and Chairman of the Board of Directors of CFL cargo, expresses his confidence in this decision “Thanks to her long experience in the rail industry, Laurence will be able to give a new impulse to the activities of CFL cargo, which operates in a highly competitive environment and faces many technological changes.”About CFL cargoCFL cargo was created by the merger of the freight division of CFL (Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer Luxembourgeois) and the internal transport department of the Luxembourg production sites of ArcelorMittal.With more than 500 employees and a fleet of about 80 locomotives and 3000 wagons, CFL cargo offers a broad range of customer-oriented services, including regional and international freight transport, wagon rental, full train formation, waybill issuing as well as rail freight wagon maintenance.Together with its subsidiaries – CFL cargo Deutschland, CFL cargo Danmark, CFL cargo Sverige, CFL cargo France and CFL technics (formerly Ateliers de Pétange) –CFL cargo operates on the main European North-South and East-West routes.​Media contactJulie BÜCHLERResponsable CommunicationTel + 352 691 981 212julie.buchler@cfl-mm.luwww.cfl-mm.lu10/12/2017 10:00:00 PM
Information: Monthly check of alarm system Information: Monthly check of alarm system The regular check of the alarm system of the intermodal terminal takes place every first Tuesday of the month at 13:00.As part of the Internal Emergency Plan of the Intermodal Terminal, a regular check of the siren system is conducted every 1st Tuesday of the month around 1300 (+/- 15 minutes).As a reminder, this test is done in order to check the operation of the sirens but also to accustom the personnel and all parties concerned to the warning sirens.​9/4/2017 10:00:00 PM
Collective agreement for the CFL cargo groupCollective agreement for the CFL cargo groupSignature of the collective agreement for the CFL cargo group​​The collective agreement of the CFL cargo group was signed on Thursday by the management and representatives of the trade unions OGBL, LCGB, FNCTTFEL-Landesverband and FCPT-SYPROLUX.Press release FR - DE​ 7/26/2017 10:00:00 PM
Press release - Extension of the combined train networkPress release - Extension of the combined train networkCFL multimodal rolls out a new connection between Zeebrugge - Bettembourg - Nancy Bettembourg, 17 July 2017 – CFL multimodal expands its combined train network as of May, the group operates a new line Zeebrugge - Bettembourg - Nancy in partnership with Transports Vigneron.CFL multimodal, in partnership with Transports Vigneron, has launched a new rail line linking the Britanniadock in Zeebrugge (BE) to the Champigneulles terminal in Nancy (FR) with a stop at the intermodal terminal Bettembourg-Dudelange (LU), thus enabling connections to Lyon (FR), Le Boulou (FR) and Trieste (IT).This new line has been operational since 15 May 2017 with 3 round-trips per week between Zeebrugge and Nancy. A frequency increase to 5 round-trips per week is planned by the end of the year.The trains are open to semi-trailers, swap bodies and 20' to 45' containers. Transit times between the Zeebrugge and Nancy terminals is 24 hours. The rail lines departing from Zeebrugge via the intermodal terminal Bettembourg-Dudelange also enable connections to Lyon, Le Boulou (at the French-Spanish border) and Trieste, with continuation to Turkey.In addition, the UK and Scandinavian markets can be reached via sea, departing from Britanniadock in Zeebrugge.This new rail link expands the CFL multimodal combined transport network between Spain, France, Turkey, the UK and Scandinavia.​About CFL multimodalThe brand name CFL multimodal stands for a global service provider, covering the entire logistics chain. With 13 companies in 6 European countries, CFL multimodal remains a locally anchored partner, always in close contact with the customers. Luxembourg's leading intermodal transport provider offers a broad, high-quality and personalised service portfolio combined and conventional rail freight, wagon maintenance and repairs, customs clearance, as well as forwarding and logistics services. The ideal geographic location of the intermodal terminal Bettembourg-Dudelange at the heart of Europe positions CFL multimodal and its 1,200 employees as a central logistics hub, offering regular long distance connections to the ports of the North Sea as well as the Baltic Sea, and Southern Europe.​ContactJulie BUCHLER, head of communicationsTel + 352 691 981 121julie.buchler@cfl-mm.lu 7/16/2017 10:00:00 PM