Monthly Archives: June 2015

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The donated vehicle represents a huge contribution to the provision of hospice services. Currently the only car at the hospice is a rather old and increasingly unreliable vehicle, so the donation of the Lupo is fantastic news. We greatly appreciate the support of ABP and Volkswagen and are proud to be sponsored by such prestigious and successful organisations. It is anticipated that the additional facilities will boost the terminal s daily schedule of three trains a day to seven, and increase the number of container lifts from 35,000 to 65,000 per annum.

The project commenced in January of this year following ABP Connect s securing a Strategic Rail Authority (SRA) Freight Facilities Grant. The grant, which Google Adwords Services constituted 75 per cent of the 1.6 million project spend, was based on the introduction of a daily service, contracted by John G. Russell (Transport) Ltd, between Hams Hall and Glasgow. The expansion has also allowed for the introduction of a further service which is run in conjunction with EWS; the service operates between the Port of Southampton and Hams Hall.


Speaking in response to the successful completion of the project, Jonathan Riley, SRA Acting Executive Director for Freight, I would like to congratulate ABP Connect on completing the expansion of their facility at Hams Hall.  The facilities will also benefit the environment by keeping some 90,000 lorry journeys off the roads, and we are delighted to have contributed to the funding of the project. In addition to these new services, ABP Connect has been using its presence in the West Midlands to broaden its overall activities.

New loading ramps adjacent to the railway line have enabled the terminal to handle deliveries of cars, and extra storage space has been made available for local car distributors. The company’s transport division now operates a fleet of vehicles from a new traffic office at the Hams Hall site, and the forwarding department has also recruited a Hams Hall-based deep-sea forwarder.