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GB Railfreight runs first commercial service to iPort Rail

GB Railfreight Class 66 locomotive no. 66752, ‘The Hoosier State’ had the privilege of being the first freight train to arrive at the newly-opened iPort Rail inland port in Rossington.
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Graduates get to work on FirstGroup’s enlarged development programme

Eighteen graduates began their careers in the transport industry this week as they joined FirstGroup’s graduate development programme.
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Sean Healy appointed Regional Chief Operating Officer, FedEx Express Europe

FedEx is pleased to announce the appointment of FedEx veteran Sean Healy as Regional Chief Operating Officer FedEx Express Europe. 
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Introducing your Institute's new values

CILT is delighted to announce its new values for staff, members and corporate members to place at the centre of their every action, word and deed.
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