World rail freight news round-up

LKW Walter, Stena Line, the Port of Kiel and CFL Multimodal have launched a thrice-weekly service carrying cranable trailers and containers between Bettembourg-Dudelange in Luxembourg and the port’s Schwedenkai, the departure point for ferries to Göteborg

Western Australia has granted a Special Rail Licence for the construction and operation of the 143 km heavy haul line which Fortescue Metals Group is building as part of its A$1·7bn Eliwana iron ore project. The line, with a capacity of 30 mtpa, is scheduled for completion in December.

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