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CFL multimodal at the ‘transport logistic 2017’ tradeshowCFL multimodal at the ‘transport logistic 2017’ tradeshowThe transport and logistics industry meets again from May 9 to 12 in Munich.​CFL multimodal will participate again in the "transport logistic" fair, one of the biggest tradeshows for freight transportation and logistics in the world.This renowned event, which takes place in Munich from 9 to 12 May, welcomes close to 2,500 exhibitors from 62 countries and is expected to welcome more than 55,000 visitors from more than 124 different countries.Visit us at booth 221 in hall B6.​www.transportlogistic.de4/2/2017 10:00:00 PM
Press release - Partial opening of the Bettembourg-Dudelange intermodal terminalPress release - Partial opening of the Bettembourg-Dudelange intermodal terminalArrival of the first combined trains and rail motorway trains.​​​French press release​German press release3/5/2017 11:00:00 PM
Cluster Maritime - New Year’s Reception on 17 January 2017Cluster Maritime - New Year’s Reception on 17 January 2017CFL multimodal is sponsoring the first event of 2017 organized by the Luxembourg Cluster Maritime.Together with the Luxembourg Maritime Administration, the Luxembourg Clus​ter Maritime is organizing a new year's reception on 17 January, starring German polar explorer, sailor and author Arved Fuchs. The speeches start at 18.00 and are followed by a reception at 19.30.Registration is required - please consult the invitation for additional details Invitation 17.01.2017 Cluster Maritime​​1/10/2017 11:00:00 PM
Logistics collaboration between Cactus and CFL multimodalLogistics collaboration between Cactus and CFL multimodalCactus partially externalises its frozen goods storage. CFL multimodal expands its food logistics activities. ​​​​​​​Frenc​​h press release ​German press release​ ​Photo legend (from left to right) Fraenz BENOY, Administrateur délégué de CFL multimodal​; Marc WENGLER, Président du conseil d'administration de CFL multimodal; Max LEESCH, Président et Administrateur délégué de Cactus; Laurent SCHONCKERT, Administrateur directeur de Cactus; Marc REIFF, Administrateur directeur de​ C-Shoppi​12/11/2016 11:00:00 PM
VTL Award 2016VTL Award 2016VTL nominates CFL multimodal as partner with strongest growth​​​CFL logistics, subsidiary of the CFL multimodal Group, received the VTL PartnerAward 2016 in the category "strongest international growth" at the end of November. CFL logistics injected 31,642 deliveries and a total of 16,038 tonnes into the logistics network. This represents twice as many shipments and five times the tonnage of the partner who achieved second place in the international category.Since 2011, the logistics network Vernetzte-Transport-Logistik GmbH (VTL) presents the PartnerAwards each year, based on clearly defined selection criteria. This year, prizes were awarded in the categories „best quality", „strongest national partner ", „strongest international partner " and „strongest export partner". In 2015, CFL logistics had received the VTL PartnerAward in the category „Strongest Growth International".More information at​.Photo legend from left to right Edwin Noll (Richard Müller GmbH & Co. KG), Michael Rau (CFL logistics S.A.), Thomas Wilberg (Hoss GmbH & Co. KG), Michael Riewe (LOXX Logistik & Spedition GmbH), Lothar Klatt (Hoss GmbH & Co. KG)Photo source VTL Vernetzte-Transport-Logistik GmbH ​12/8/2016 11:00:00 PM
Expansion of the combined train network Expansion of the combined train network CFL multimodal opens a new connection Zeebrugge-Lyon​Bettembourg, 27 October 2016 – CFL multimodal expands its combined train network starting last trimester 2016, the group operates a new line Zeebrugge - Lyon in cooperation with CLdN.CFL multimodal, in cooperation with CLdN, launches a new rail freight relation between the CLdN / Britanniadok terminal in Zeebrugge (BE) to the Port Edouard Herriot terminal in Lyon (FR). This new line is operational since end of October 2016. In a first phase, there are 3 weekly round trips between Zeebrugge and Lyon. In a second phase, during 2017, an increase in the frequency of the trains to 6 weekly round trips is planned.The train is open to semi-trailers, swap bodies and 20' to 45' containers and offers a 22 hour transit time between the Zeebrugge and Lyon terminals. In the second phase, a commercial stop at the new intermodal terminal in Bettembourg (LU) will also be added. This stop will enable operators to connect to the existing daily trains to Le Boulou (at the French-Spanish border) as well as Trieste (IT) and the ferries to Turkey.The cooperation between the two Luxembourg logistics groups enables the connection of the rail freight networks of CFL multimodal and the ferry services of CLdN, to offer integrated terminal-to-terminal solutions on the following relationsCFL multimodal<=>​​​​​ ​​ ​ CLdNBettembourg (Luxembourg)Zeebrugge (Belgium)Le Boulou (France / Spain)Killingholme / London (England)Lyon (France)Dublin (Irelande)Trieste (Italiy)Esbjerg / Hirtshals (Denmark)Istanbul, Mersin, Izmir ​(Turkey)Gothenburg (Sweden) Leixoes (Portugal)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 Bettembourg terminal 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.​ContactChristina SCHUERR, head of communicationsTel + 352 621 131​10/27/2016 10:00:00 PM