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Jaguar opening

JAGUAR has opened a new rail terminal to help reduce road traffic congestion.

HRH The Princess Royal opened the new terminal, through which virtually all export-bound cars built at Jaguar's Browns Lane, Coventry, and Castle Bromwich, Birmingham, plants will be transported to ports. The company estimates that by using the rail network up to 45 million truck miles will be taken off the UK's roads over the next decade.

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