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Swedish passenger rail operator SJ has increased its quarterly profit by reducing costs 10%. Jobs have been cut and catering and cleaning have been insourced. Though revenue fell 2%, profit increased to SEK67m.
This is the best performance since the state-owned company was formed out of the old SJ in 2000. The plan for the future includes more automated ticket sales, and more passengers through better wifi internet and better phone reception in the trains. See also press release, and stories at Dagens Nyheter, and Svenska Dagbladet. (November 11th)
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