Surely, experts in petrochemistry won’t need to be reminded that rail-travel is the greenest option. Luckily for them, it’s likely to be the cheapest and the most convenient choice, too.
Indeed, if you’re based in the United Kingdom, The Netherlands, Belgium, France or Germany and are interested in attending this year’s PEFTEC, you’ll feel the benefit. With direct routes and regular trains, the longest journey any attendee from these locations will have to make is only four-and-half hours – and surprisingly, that’s on the Eurostar from London!
Thanks to high-speed infrastructure, an express line to Rotterdam Centraal – which is just a short trip on the Metro from the convention centre – is now available from Paris-Nord that cuts a six-hour slog down to a two-and-a-half-hour breeze. Similarly, although it’s in the heart of the Belgian capital, the Brussels-South station is part of the Netherlands’ InterCity rail-network, making an international excursion feel almost like a commute.