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VFLI

Rail freight and logistics specialist VFLI is France's third-largest railway operator and second-largest within SNCF Group. It focuses exclusively on the French market.

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CLOSE TO CLIENTS THROUGHOUT FRANCE

We offer a comprehensive, integrated range of premium services to manufacturers and local authorities. Come to us for:

  • Long-distance freight transport throughout France for both regular and one-off consignments
  • Management of branch line facilities serving industrial sites, including engineering and maintenance
  • Management of local services, including short-haul freight and port operations.                                  

Advantage No. 1. Your contract manager is your only point of contact, ensuring seamless service.
Advantage No. 2.
We have our own equipment and engineering team, plus a network of six maintenance and repair centres.
Advantage No. 3.
Real-time traffic information if service is disrupted.

CONTACTS

Agence Nord Ouest/Northwestern France

Normandie 2, 55 rue Amiral Cécille
76100 ROUEN
Cédric PAWLOWSKI
Tel: 02 32 81 37 02

Agence Nord Est/Northeastern France

2 rue de Metz, Tour du Val de Rosselle
57800 FREYMING-MERLEBACH
Didier DELSART
Tel: 03 87 82 85 02

Agence Sud Est/Southeaster France

44 rue Louis Aulagne
69600 OULLINS
Vincent SCHIRMAN
Tel: 04 78 87 55 30

Agence Sud Ouest/Southwestern France

1245, avenue de la Résistance
40990 SAINT-PAUL-LES-DAX
Vincent EECHAUTE
Tel: 05 58 90 79 33

Agence Bourgogne Centre/Burgundy Centre

Rue Vivien Caron
71400 AUTUN
Tel: 03 85 52 26 37

Agence Travaux/Works

4 rue de Lamblardie
75012 PARIS
Tel: 01 55 07 83 44


employees, including 260 drivers

in sales in 2010, with over 50% from mainline freight


CASE STUDY

Green logistics for Kronenbourg

Kronenbourg’s Obernai brewery–the largest in France–is determined to reduce its carbon footprint. To ship non-alcoholic beer to the Middle East VFLI proposed a unique green solution: each year, 5,000 TEU containers travel by rail from Obernai to a Rhine river port near Strasbourg and then by barge to Antwerp, where they are transferred to ships headed for the Middle East. Result: 5,000 fewer trucks on the road each year.