CFL cargo was born from the merger between the freight division of the CFL and the internal transport department of ArcelorMittal's Luxembourg production sites.
Since 1999, CFL-Evasion, a wholly-owned CFL Group subsidiary, supports its customers in planning and booking of their trips.
As a subsidiary of the CFL Group, CFL mobility is responsible for the development and marketing of car sharing activities in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and beyond. The company CFL Mobility was founded in 2017 and currently employs 16 people.
The CFL multimodal group is a service provider that covers the entire multimodal supply chain.
Lorry-Rail's purpose is to promote, market and operate unaccompanied rail highway services (semi-trailers only).
In addition to its freight subsidiaries in France and Sweden, the CFL Group also owns 25,1% of a passenger rail company in northern Germany.
The management and development of the domain and railway real estate of the State and of the CFL