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D2 Rail Support International Women’s Day

In celebrating International Women’s Day (IWD), D2 Rail has taken part in the celebration of the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women.

D2 Rail celebrated the day by being part of a number of events to recognise and appreciate our colleagues who are taking up the challenge to make a difference.

Managing Director, David Diesbergen, said: “At D2 Rail, we view fostering a diverse and inclusive culture across the business as critical for business performance, and for the quality of services we provide to our clients.

International Women’s Day offers us the opportunity to reflect on the progress we have made to date, and to confirm our commitment to valuing difference and diversity in everything that we do.”

By supporting International Women’s Day, D2 Rail demonstrates its commitment to promoting diversity and inclusion. In the last 3 months, D2 Rail has employed four female colleagues across its business.

Whilst D2 Rail has made large strides on the road to gender equality, there is more to do to achieve our goals.

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