Network Rail opens £25m road haulage hub in Coventry

The new site at Ryton will be the national base for Network Rail's road vehicles Credit: PA

Network Rail is today opening a £25 million road haulage distribution centre at Ryton in Warwickshire which has created 100 jobs.

The site near Coventry is on the former Peugeot plant which closed in 2006.

It replaces three smaller bases in Lichfield, Worcester and Ludgershall in Wiltshire which bosses say will save £5 million a year in rent.

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£25m rail / road hub opens

The latest on the official opening of a £25 million road / rail hub built by Network Rail on the former Peugeot factory at Ryton near Coventry, which has created 100 jobs and will be the new national base for the firm's delivery service.