After an appeal from the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), Eurotunnel has again been prevented from operating ferry services between Dover and Calaias.
Second appeal against Competition and Markets Authority decision fails Eurotunnel has put its cross-Channel sea operation up for sale after it lost a second appeal against a Competition and Markets Authority ruling to divest its […]
Firm is once again allowed to offer Ferry services Eurotunnel will be allowed to continue offering ferry services from Dover after a ban by the UK Competition Commission was overturned on appeal.
Eurotunnel labels the decision, made over fears the firm would raise prices with a market share over 50%, as ‘solely based on random association of virtual hypothesis’ Eurotunnel has said it will immediately appeal a […]
Eurotunnel Group reported total revenue in the first quarter of 2012 reached €222.5m, an increase of 21% compared to 2011. Revenues for the Fixed Link segment increased sharply in the first quarter of 2012, led […]
For the first nine months of 2011, revenues increased by 16% Groupe Eurotunnel has seen a 10% increase in traffic and revenue to €231.7m in the third quarter of 2011. At €192.2 million, Eurotunnel’s revenues […]
Groupe Eurotunnel has now been included in the FTSE All-World and FTSE Medium Cap indices following its September 7 updates. The changes took place from close of business on Friday (September 16). The operator of […]
Eurotunnel’s coach traffic fell 5% during the first half of 2011. Passenger shuttles for coaches fell to 28,420 from 29,967 in 2010. Eurotunnel said the result had been expected given the decline in coach passenger […]