Paris, November 20 (EFE) .- Eurotunnel, the group that operates the rail tunnel under the English Channel that joins France and England, is now called Getlink, as announced in a statement in which it highlights that in the last ten years its activity has diversified and is not limited to the tunnel.
The new Getlink requires that this name, "which evokes the dynamics of exchanges and links, marks the entry of the group into a new era of mobility infrastructures. "
It also points out that the company groups four commercial brands that are: Eurotunnel, which brings together railway services through the submarine tunnel; France and the United Kingdom, and CIFFCO, a training center for professionals in the railway sector.
The company transports more than 20 million people each year, 1.6 million trucks and 2.6 million cars. of 1,000 million euros, an operating margin of 50% and predictable cash flows until 2086 (date of the end of the tunnel concession), "the company has been able to demonstrate" the relevance and the resilience of their economic model. "