Eurotunnel’s freight traffic volumes remained almost static in the Q3 2015, despite a summer of troubles in the port of Calais and further reports of “desperate” migrant activity in past days. The group’s results for the period 1 July to 30 September saw a 1% fall in truck traffic volumes on the same period for last year, from 353,469 to 349,849 crossings during the three months. Eurotunnel spokesman John Keefe said that while the migrant activity and ferry strikes caused […]
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