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Railway shock absorbers and dampers

Our production enables us to produce railway dampers in large or short series. We can manufacture shock absorbers for every purpose, ensuring that the specific requirements of all customers are met quickly and efficiently. SV is committed to the manu…

EuskoTren Makes Whole-Life Wheelset Savings

'Doing more with less' is the fragile recovery of the Spanish economy, this maxim certainly applies to the Basque country's local operator EuskoTren, whose trains run over a 181 route-km network linking Hendaye with San Sebastian and Bilbao.

Sqills Strengthens No1 Position within the Rail and Bus Industry

The International Bus and Rail industry has experienced change over the past five to ten years in numerous areas such as market liberalisation, new entrants and innovative business models. Nevertheless, few operators have invested in new legacy or be…

UK's Ealing Council approves West Ealing station upgrade

Ealing Council in London, UK, has approved proposals for a major overhaul of West Ealing station as part of the Crossrail programme.

Queensland invites tendering for Gold Coast LRT Phase II

Australia's Queensland Government has invited expressions of interest for construction of Phase II of the Gold Coast light rail transport (LRT) network.

Prism Alliance starts construction of Perth stadium train station

Prism Alliance, which is made up of Laing O’Rourke and Aecom together with the Public Transport Authority, has started construction of a railway station at the new Stadium site being built in Perth, Western Australia.

Take Me To Church

At the end of my Northwest Manitoba Elevator Trip series, I mentioned I would post photos of some of the churches I encountered along the way. I'm not religious, but I appreciate the architecture and history of churches in Manitoba and elsewhere. Show More Summary

UGL wins Australia's Tangara passenger rail fleet modernisation contract

Australia's Transport for New South Wales (NSW) has awarded a A$131m ($96m) contract to UGL Unipart Rail Services to provide technology upgrades for the Tangara passenger rail fleet.

Siemens and Cofely-Fabricom consortium win €510m ETCS Level 2 contract in Belgium

Belgian railway infrastructure operator Infrabel has awarded a €510m contract to a consortium comprising Siemens and an infrastructure development firm Cofely-Fabricom, to modernise large sections of its railway network.

Alstom to deliver eight Régiolis trains for France's Midi-Pyrénées

Alstom has secured a €46m contract to deliver eight additional Régiolis (Coradia Polyvalent) multiple units to the French region of Midi-Pyrénées.

Reconfigurable carriage: from passengers to freight and back again

In April, UK-based 42 Technology was one of three winners in the Tomorrow’s Train Design Today competition. The design is a reconfigurable railway carriage that can carry passengers or freight when required.

Alstom wins protection and control systems contract for UK Crossrail project

Alstom's UK Grid business has secured a contract from Crossrail to install protection and control systems at four major central section traction power substations.

Skoda Transportation acquires majority stake in Finland's Transtech

Czech engineering company Skoda Transportation has completed the acquisition of the controlling stake in Finnish rolling stock manufacturer Transtech from investment company Pritech Oy for an undisclosed amount.

Austroroll Herzst Ckrolle

A company video from Austroroll demonstrating the Herzst Ckrolle

Austroroll Company Video

A company video demonstrating the Austroroll products

July’s top stories: Wabtec deal with Faiveley, Luton Airport rail line

Australia’s EPA recommends $2bn Perth airport rail link, Bechtel begins tunnelling work on Riyadh Metro Line 1, and Siemens-Huawei wins GSM-R upgrade contract in Germany. Railway-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from July 2...

PEM FHP Studs for Thin Steel Sheet Now Available in A286 Quality

KVT-Fastening presents the corrosion-resistant PEM FHP self-clinching studs as an ideal alternative to the welding of thin stainless steel sheets.

Supeo-Enterprise Asset Management Solutions for the Transportation Industry

Supeo provides enterprise asset management solutions to railway companies, transportation infrastructure operators and public passenger authorities.

Olaf Philipp Takes Charge at ContiTech Railway Engineering

There has been a staff change at ContiTech Air Spring Systems: Olaf Philipp has assumed management of the ContiTech Railway Engineering segment and will run the rail vehicle business with air springs and metal-rubber parts worldwide...

24V and 48V as Limited Power Source

The primary switched MTM Power modules PMAS / PCMAS24 have been designed as universal compact power supplies with AC and DC wide input ranges for worldwide application and allow an efficient, cost-saving solution for different tasks where medium-rang…

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