Europorte

Europorte is a European rail freight company, a subsidiary of Eurotunnel; operating in France and through the Channel Tunnel.

The company was formed in 2009 as an entity encompassing the previous operations of Europorte 2 and the France based businesses of Veolia Cargo. Eurotunnel's original freight business, Europorte 2, was rebranded to become Europorte Channel and moved as a subsidiary under the Europorte division of the Eurotunnel group.

Read more about Europorte:  Subsidiaries

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British Rail Class 92 - Liveries
... locomotives remained in two-tone grey until they were purchased by Europorte 2 in the 2000s ... Europorte applied the designation "Europorte 2" inside a large Eurotunnel-style circle ... On 10 March 2011, locomotive 92032 appeared in the new Europorte GB Railfreight livery ...
Eurotunnel - History
... In Jun 2007 the company entered into a partnership through subsidiary Europorte 2 with the Port of Dunkirk relating to rail freight traffic the company was to operate trains from ... Cargo Link and CFTA Cargo acquired by Eurotunnel are expected to be rebranded as Europorte France, Europorte Link and Europorte proximity and become part of its Europorte freight business ... a British railfreight company for £31 million this acquisition was to be merged into Europorte a subsidiary of the group ...
Subsidiaries - Europorte Services
... In January 2010 the Port of Dunkerque awarded Eurotunnel a seven year to operate its 200 km railway system ... The subsidiary Europorte Services began operating the port's rail network in December 2010 ...