CFL cargo participes in Girls' Day 2010

CFL cargo presents typically male jobs to young girls.


On 22 April, CFL cargo participated in the international Girls’ Day initiative which aims to introduce young girls to "atypical" occupations (meaning typically male occupations).

CFL cargo welcomed four young female students at its Bettembourg site to introduce them to the world of rail freight. After a general presentation about CFL cargo and some fundamental safety rules about correct behaviour in the tracks, the girls discovered several areas of rail freight: operational centre & marshalling yard, shunting operations, technical inspections and traction/shunting locomotives.

Girls' Day In Action

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