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- Eurotunnel hole gets deeper. Skeffington, Robert; Heathcote, Andrew; Roberts, Craig // BRW;7/15/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 27, p113
Reports on analysts' disappointment over the plan of Eurotunnel, operator of the passenger and freight network under the English Channel, to increase its profit and prevent collapse due to debt.
- EUROTUNNEL CLUB CARS REFURBISHED. Fender, Keith // Modern Railways;Apr2014, Vol. 71 Issue 787, p82
The article offers information on the refurbishment programme of Eurotunnel, company that manages and operates The Channel Tunnel between great Britain and France, for the 'Club Cars' to provide intensive Freight Shuttle piggyback services connecting the great Britain and France.
- Tunnel vision. Morton, Alastair; Chipman, Dawn // Across the Board;Jun94, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p55
Relates the author's participation in Eurotunnel's tunnel project linking Great Britain and France. Dealing with the TransManche Link contractor group; Divisionalization of the author's division; Need for Eurotunnel to operate as a utility-type business.
- Eurotunnel and P & O in prices probe. // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;9/8/2003, Issue 2580, p3
Reports on the pledge of Eurotunnel PLC to clear its name following raid on its offices.
- News Briefs: Operations. // Outsourced Logistics;Jun2008, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p18
The article reports on the growth in Eurotunnel's transport volume. It is said that Eurotunnel moved some 1.415 million trucks on its shuttles during 2007. It is also said that it reached a milestone of moving its 12 millionth heavy goods vehicle in May. The increase in truck traffic is said to...
- PEOPLE. // Rail Business Intelligence;3/10/2005, Issue 241, p8
Presents news on personnel management in the British railway industry as of March 2005. Co-option of Henri Rouanet to the Eurotunnel board; Reorganizations in Arriva PLC; Appointment of George Bryden to Scott Wilson Railways.
- 300 million passengers. // Rail Business Intelligence;11/1/2012, Issue 425, p5
The article reports on the announcement made by Groupe Eurotunnel SA on October 18, 2012, that 300 million passengers had been transported through the Channel Tunnel since its opening in 1994.
- Chunnel bars very hazardous chemicals. // Chemical Week;9/22/1993, Vol. 153 Issue 10, p6
Reports on Eurotunnel's policy on the transportation of hazardous goods on trucks via the tunnel shuttle train service between England and France. Europe's Accord Dangereux Routier (ADR) as basis; Classification of hazardous goods; Percentage of goods automatically excluded or restricted.
- Cross-Channel Figures 2000. // Logistics & Transport Focus;Mar2001, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p9
Reports that for the year 2000, the Eurotunnel PLC has claimed a Dover-Calais cross-channel market leadership with 54 percent market share for cars and 48 percent share for freight.