All aboard! Scotch whisky makers trade in lorries for trains

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Pilot project involving Diageo and Chivas Brothers aims to slash carbon emissions using greener transport

Scotch whisky makers including Diageo and Glen Turner are hoping to slash the carbon emissions of their drinks by switching from lorries to trains to transport bottles across the country. The Scotch...

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