Getlink celebrates 30 years of Eurotunnel

In 2024, we are paying tribute to Eurotunnel's history, its pioneering culture and the unbreakable link it now represents between the United Kingdom and France.

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Getlink, a pioneer in low carbon transport

Getlink’s origins lie in a pioneering momentum that has left its mark on the history of major infrastructure, high-speed rail and the simplification of travel and trade between Great Britain and Europe. Smart border, rail freight, electrical interconnection, carbon-free margin… for 30 years we have led this movement.

For simpler, low-carbon trade.

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2023 annual results: historic Group performance with a revenue of €1.829 billion.

29 February 2024

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  • 21 M

    passengers per year

  • €1.8 Bn

    in turnover in 2023 (+14% compared to 2022)

  • 97%

    decarbonisation margin

Low carbon. High simplicity.

Combining financial and climate performance, innovating to strengthen customer preference.

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Eurotunnel, Europorte, ElecLink, CIFFCO

4 entities dedicated to the passenger, freight and electricity transport


The Channel Tunnel and its rail shuttle service between Great Britain and mainland Europe.

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Rail freight and rail infrastructure management in France and Europe

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First electricity interconnection between Great Britain and France deployed in a submarine tunnel

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The Centre International de Formation Ferroviaire de la Côte d'Opale provides training in all railway-related professions.

The Channel Tunnel, ready to welcome the new generation of high-speed trains

Eurotunnel has commissioned the world’s most powerful static compensator (VSC technology) connected to a railway electrical traction system, the STATCOM.

STATCOM technology open up new growth opportunities by facilitating access to cross-Channel services for new generation high-speed trains. This technology developed by GE, and in collaboration with Eurostar, is the result of a €45 million investment[1] and 5 years of research. Eurotunnel will double the reactive compensation power in the Channel Tunnel.

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