CFL cargo participates again Girls' Day in 2011

A second participation in Girls’ Day allows CFL cargo to present typically male jobs to young girls.


On 12 May, CFL cargo participated for the second time in the international Girls’ Day initiative. Girls' Day aims to introduce young girls to "atypical" (meaning typically male) occupations.

Four students had the opportunity to discover the world of rail freight at the CFL cargo site in Bettembourg. After a general presentation of the marshalling yard, the girls discovered the job of the technical inspector and they concluded the day with a little demonstration on a locomotive.

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