RFG maps routes to cost reduction

September 2003
Rail Business Intelligence;9/4/2003, Issue 205, p3
Trade Publication
Focuses on a report on cost-saving measures identified by members of the Rail Freight Group (RFG) which was presented to agencies including the Rail Regulator, Strategic Rail Authority and Department for Transport in Great Britain. Value of preventing a fatality in the railways according to Lord Mackintosh; Number of ideas submitted by RFG members for cutting cost.


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