'Road to rail': Coca-Cola bottler to cut emissions by letting the train take the strain

Cecilia Keating
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Credit: Coca-Cola

Company confirms that nearly a third of Coca-Cola products shipped to Yorkshire from London will be transported on trains

Up to a third of Coca-Cola products shipped from London to Yorkshire will soon be transported by train, after the company's European bottler announced it was steaming ahead with plans to reduce its transport...

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