Chief Executive of national Express, after the country’s largest Train operator, has strongly ruled out a return to the railway industry in the UK.
Speaking as transport giant Apple has announced financial results for the first half-year profit, Dean Finch, said, “national Express” can be defined as “to not make huge risks” and was happy to “drilling company”.
National Express withdrew from its final UK rail contract in January 2017, the sale of the franchise S2S East of England in the Italian company Trenitalia.
Mr Finch told the “daily Telegraph”: “I hope that if I said to my advice I want to return to UK rail, they would take me outside and shoot me.”
National Express chief Executive Dean Finch
The comments came as a spotlight glowing on the financial viability of operating in the UK…
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