Ryder...Leading The Way

| August 2, 2016

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As a leader in the transportation industry, Ryder is committed to understanding and staying ahead of the technological changes affecting truck engines and chassis. The information from Ryder research is used to help our customers make better decisions about the vehicles that will work best in their operations. This video highlights a recent fuel economy test that was sponsored by Ryder, but independently conducted and verified.

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East Midlands Trains

We were awarded the franchise to take over the running of these services, previously operated by Midland Mainline and Central Trains, on 22 June, 2007. Our trains went into service on 11 November, 2007 and since then we have been working hard to improve punctuality, reliability and facilities at our stations and on board our trains.

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