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Opening hours year-end 2016Opening hours year-end 2016Below please find a note with the opening hours for the 2016 holiday season ​​​​Heures d'ouverture des entrepôts et du terminal pendant les fêtes de fin d'année 2017 (FR + DE)​12/7/2017 11:00:00 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
Press release - Containerland was a great success!Press release - Containerland was a great success!Containerland - the inauguration of the new Bettembourg-Dudelange terminal - was a great success! ​ Bettembourg, July 12, 2017 - Over the course of four days, more than 12,000 visitors had the opportunity to discover the new intermodal terminal of Bettembourg-Dudelange. Welcome to Containerland there was something for every taste and every age group.The festivities began with the inauguration ceremony on Friday 7 July, in the presence of HRH the Grand Duke, Mars Di Bartolomeo, President of the Chambre des Députés​, Etienne Schneider, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for the Economy, François Bausch, Minister of Sustainable Development and Infrastructure and the Mayors of Dudelange, Dan Biancalana, and of Bettembourg, Laurent Zeimet.On Saturday morning, nearly 2,500 inhabitants of the communes Bettembourg and Dudelange had the chance to be among the first to discover the terminal. The afternoon activities were dedicated to employees of the CFL Group and the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructure, as well as their families.More than 7,000 people had registered for Sunday's Porte Ouverte. Many families visited the 33ha site, the equivalent of 45 football stadiums. The terminal tour by bus, the discovery of the job-village and the infotainment area attracted the attention of the many visitors who also enjoyed the summer atmosphere and various other activities.The festivities concluded with nearly 700 pupils from different secondary schools in Luxembourg this Monday morning. Their visit was mainly devoted to the presentation of the more than 100 different jobs at the CFL group.The Containerland event was a real success for the CFL group, which for the first time opened the doors of its terminal to explain its activities, mainly to promote multimodal logistics, to both companies and the general public.​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.​ContactJulie BUCHLER, head of communicationsTel + 352 691 981 121julie.buchler@cfl-mm.lu​7/11/2017 10:00:00 PM
Press release - Official inauguration of the new intermodal terminal Bettembourg-DudelangePress release - Official inauguration of the new intermodal terminal Bettembourg-DudelangeThe new intermodal terminal Bettembourg-Dudelange was inaugurated in the presence of H.R.H Grand Duke Henri and other dignitaries. Bettembourg, 7th July 2017 – The CFL Group has celebrated the official inauguration of the new intermodal terminal Bettembourg-Dudelange in the presence of HRH the Grand Duke Henri, Mars Di Bartolomeo, President of the Chambre des Députés, Etienne Schneider, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Economy and François Bausch, Minister for Sustainable Development and Infrastructures. The new platform aims to become a European logistics hub, connecting the industry of Luxembourg to the main European ports and economic centres.Mr Jeannot Waringo, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the CFL, launched the ceremony by welcoming His Royal Highness and the guests. Mr Waringo then presented the evolution of the CFL Freight activities and the political framework to the 350 guests.Mr Marc Wengler, General Director of CFL, continued by presenting the current situation and the perspectives of the CFL Freight activities, highlighting among others the advantages of using alternative transport modes to the road in order to reduce CO2 emissions. Rail transport for example emits seven times less CO2 than road transport. Minister Bausch highlighted the following during his speech “Given the possibilities of the new multimodal platform for Luxembourg, the country is playing a precursor role in Europe. Luxembourg is taking a different approach to the future than other countries. We are not basing our development on gigaliners but rather on the transfer of freight onto trains, not by going against the road but by collaborating with transport by road and by waterways.”Next, Mr Etienne Schneider took the floor “CFL multimodal’s intermodal terminal provides Luxembourg with yet another high-performing infrastructure that contributes to our international reputation as an efficient logistics platform. The economic development of the Grand Duchy and its attractiveness for industrial investors are supported by a sustainable and high-value-added logistics service offering. These services are vital to industrial companies settled in our country and thanks to the intermodal terminal they can rely more on rail transport.”His Royal Highness the Grand Duke Henri cut the ribbon, in the presence of the dignitaries and the management board of CFL. This was followed by a guided tour of the new terminal, in which all guests participated with great interest. The delegation also toured the job-village, presenting the different jobs of the CFL Group in an educational manner.The new terminal has a surface of 33 ha, 4 combined rail tracks and 2 rail motorway platforms, each 700 metres long, and was the biggest construction site in Luxembourg under one single project owner.After two and a half years of construction, the intermodal terminal is now ready to meet the challenge of the modal transfer and to contribute to the promotion of combined transport in Europe. With its ideal geographic and its efficient combined train network, the new international hub is enabling the consolidation of multimodal transport flows within Europe and beyond. This strategy adheres entirely to the national objective to develop the logistics sector.The official inauguration will be followed by a Porte Ouverte event on Sunday 9th of July, to present the new terminal to the general public. Photo legend (from left to right)Fraenz Benoy, Managing Director of CFL multimodal; Etienne Schneider, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Economy; François Bausch, Minister for Sustainable Development and Infrastructures; HRH the Grand Duke Henri; Jeannot Waringo, Chairman of the Board of Directors of CFL; Marc Wengler, General Director of CFL. 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.ContactJulie BUCHLER, head of communicationsTel + 352 691 981 121julie.buchler@cfl-mm.lu7/6/2017 10:00:00 PM
CFL multimodal at the "Golden Chariot Award" eventCFL multimodal at the "Golden Chariot Award" eventCFL multimodal received a “Golden Chariot Award” in “Global Logistics Services Provision”​In April 2017, CFL multimodal participated for the first time in the “Golden Chariot Award” event, which took place in the context of the “Sustainable development goals of sustainable transport and peace” conference at the UN headquarters in Geneva.The “Golden Chariot Award” event rewards organisations, companies and people who have contributed significantly to the development of international transport. Bringing together transport operators of all modes, transport infrastructure, maintenance, support and logistics companies, the event is a unique platform for cooperation, exchange of experiences and technologies, and networking with partners from all segments of the transport industry.CFL multimodal was awarded a “Golden Chariot” for its achievements in “Global Logistics Services Provision”, more specifically for its new terminal and the related international promotion of intermodality and rolling motorways.More information can be found on the website www.transportaward.com.5/21/2017 10:00:00 PM
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 www.vtl.de​.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 208christina.schuerr@cfl-mm.lu​10/27/2016 10:00:00 PM
German-Luxembourgish Business Conference on 17 OctoberGerman-Luxembourgish Business Conference on 17 OctoberCFL multimodal participates in the business conference on the subject "Europe without borders".​The 15th German-Luxembourgish Business Conference on the theme "Europe without borders" will take place on 17 October 2016 at 1700 in the Chamber of Commerce of Luxembourg. Fränz Benoy, Director Freight Activities of the Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer Luxembourgeois (CFL) and General Manager of CFL multimodal is among the speakers.Programme​Website10/9/2016 10:00:00 PM
Consolidation of CFL multimodal and Transport Fischbach Consolidation of CFL multimodal and Transport Fischbach Two companies with a long tradition join forces​Dudelange, 5 October 2016. On October 1st, Transports Internationaux Fischbach s.à.r.l., a Luxembourgish company with a long tradition, has joined the CFL multimodal Group. This move strengthens its competencies in the area of road transportation and broadens the range of services offered to customers.Transport Fischbach was created in 1965 and is led by owner Marc Fischbach, who is withdrawing from the transport business. With its 33 employees, the company specializes in international transports, parcel services and warehousing logistics.On October 1st, the company has become a member of the CFL multimodal Group. At present, operations will continue under the name Transport Fischbach. The entire workforce and fleet will be maintained.Through its subsidiary CFL logistics, CFL multimodal has been active in logistics for several years. The union with Transport Fischbach enables the company to further strengthen its competencies and to further develop its service portfolio, in particular in the area of special transports. "We are already well-established in the areas of road transport and warehousing and we are happy to broaden our service offering and expand our presence in the market. This consolidation helps us reinforce our positioning, which makes it a great fit for our overall strategy," explains Fraenz Benoy, Managing Director of CFL multimodal. "I am happy to know that, as a subsidiary of the CFL multimodal Group, Transport Fischbach will have a secure future. Together with my employees, I have built a dynamic company during the last decades. This union presents opens up new development opportunities," announces Marc Fischbach."The fact that the two companies share the same values and put a strong focus on quality of service and safety positively influenced negotiations. I am looking forward to the collaboration with our new colleagues. Their know-how and professional experience are a great enrichment to us all," declares Fraenz Benoy.Photo legend (from left to right) Alex Kremer (président honoraire - CFL multimodal), Barbara Chevalier (directrice stratégie - CFL multimodal), Fraenz Benoy (directeur activités fret - CFL), Alain Blau (directeur administratif et financier – CFL multimodal), Marc Fischbach (propriétaire – Transports Internationaux Fischbach), Marc Valette (directeur – CFL logistics, gérant – Transports Internationaux Fischbach), Jeannot Waringo (président – CFL), Marc Wengler (directeur général – CFL)​CFL multimodalThe 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 208christina.schuerr@cfl-mm.lu ​10/4/2016 10:00:00 PM
Spoorcafé 13th September at the Port of AntwerpSpoorcafé 13th September at the Port of AntwerpCFL multimodal presents its relations with the Port of Antwerp at Spoorcafé 2016.​The Port of Antwerp, Europe’s second deep-sea port and major logistics hub for continental cargo flows, is organizing a conference focusing on open access continental rail services that may also be used for maritime cargo. CFL multimodal will present its service offering to interested customers, with a particular focus on the relations between Luxembourg and the Port of Antwerp.More information on the ​registration page of Spoorcafé 2016​.​ ​9/1/2016 10:00:00 PM
Conference e-commerce "Deliver One" on 7-8 September Conference e-commerce "Deliver One" on 7-8 September CFL multimodal participates in the first e-commerce conference at the European Convention Center in Luxembourg.During this first Deliver One conference in Luxembourg, the platform ‘Deliver in Europe’ will be inaugurated. This platform is co-financed by the European Commission and aims to make it very easy for e-retailers to find the most suited e-logistics operators for their needs (delivery, fulfilment and supply chain technology).More than 300 e-retailers, 100 logistics service suppliers, 50 journalists, 30 venture capitalists and 20 e-commerce associations are registered for the first Deliver One conference at the European Convention Center in Luxembourg, at the center of Europe.In cooperation with the Cluster for Logistics Luxembourg, CFL multimodal will present its service offering to interested customers and partners.More information on the ​Deliver One website.​ 8/31/2016 10:00:00 PM
Press release - Topping-out ceremony for the multi-function warehouse of CFL multimodalPress release - Topping-out ceremony for the multi-function warehouse of CFL multimodalThe CFL subsidiary equips itself with state-of-the-art logistics infrastructures ​Bettembourg, 7 July 2016 – The topping-out ceremony for the new multi-function warehouse of CFL multimodal was held today at the logistics park Eurohub-South in Dudelange (L), in the presence of Mr. François Bausch, Minister for Durable Development and Infrastructure. Nine months after breaking ground, CFL Freight celebrated the topping-out ceremony for the new multi-function warehouse of CFL multimodal. Among the guests were Mr François Bausch, Minister for Durable Development and Infrastructure. and Mr Dan Biancalana, Mayor of the city of Dudelange, as well as representatives of the Ministry of Economy and employees from the companies that have been working on this facility since November 2015.For the construction, the warehouse was divided into three big areas that are being built sequentially. More than 100,000 tonnes of backfill were used. The reinforced concrete structure, with columns of up to 19.3 metres high and beams of up to 34 metres long, was erected within a three month time period. The complete shell construction phase was concluded in five months and interior work started as early as April. The completion of the warehouse, which 100 people have contributed to so far, is on schedule for the end of 2016.The new warehouse has a 30,000 m2 surface as well as 64 loading docks and is divided into different warehouse zones high-rack storage, roll storage, block storage, hothouse – up to +75°C, tire storage, picking & packing space, cold storage – up to +5°C, freezer storage – up to -23°C.The logistics park will be connected to the new intermodal terminal Bettembourg-Dudelange, which will become operational at the end of this year. ​By 2025, approximately 200 people will become active for the CFL multimodal Group at the logistics park. „We are investing 34 million € in this state-of-the-art warehouse in order to offer our customers high quality services in the future", states Fraenz Benoy, Managing Director of CFL multimodal.​About CFL multimodalThe brand name CFL multimodal stands for a global service provider, covering the entire logistics chain. With 12 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 1,000 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 communications​Tel + 352 621 131 208christina.schuerr@cfl-mm.lu​ Monsieur François Bausch, Minister for Durable Development and Infrastructure 7/6/2016 10:00:00 PM
Grand-ducal visitors Grand-ducal visitors On Thursday, 2 June 2016, their Royal Highnesses the Grand-Duke and the Hereditary Grand-Duke, accompanied by Mr François Bausch, Minister of Sustainable Development and Infrastructures, visited CFL multimodal facilities at the Eurohub Sud site.​Photo legend (from left to right) Jeannot Poeker – Chargé de direction - Département des transports - Ministère du Développement durable et des Infrastructures ​; Henri Werdel – Directeur Gestion Infrastructure des CFL ; Marc Widong – Gestion Infrastructure des CFL ; Marc Wengler – Directeur général des CFL ; Grand-Duc ; Grand-Duc héritier ; François Bausch – Ministre du Développement durable et des Infrastructures ; Fraenz Benoy – Administrateur délégué de CFL multimodal ; Jeannot Waringo – Président du conseil d’administration des CFL ; Daniel Feyder – Directeur de CFL terminals​ ​6/2/2016 10:00:00 PM