Rolling stock maintenance of Alstom

Alstom works on creating a maintenance network in Europe

Alstom workers maintain Italo trains in the Nola depot, Italy, image: Alstom

Setting up a maintenance and knowledge network for rolling stock equipment and signalling is one of the things Alstom is working on. “Locomotives already run all over Europe, and by linking our own workshops, certifications and systems together we aim towards making one platform”, says Frank Strik, managing director service Benelux at Alstom in an interview with Dutch sister publication SpoorPro.

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Author: Esther Geerts

Former Editor

1 comment op “Alstom works on creating a maintenance network in Europe”

bönström bönström|11.10.22|14:24

Frequent repairing, “optimal maintenance”…, current mantra, regrettably tells about a best f. date system.
Standards, optimal long before the “Toyota Case” and “JIT”, no longer are!
(Within Supply Chains, where transports is vital, now low risk is high quality!)
Not even core clients of railways, affords not caring about “eta”. (Current, unplanned stops, disturbings, are too costly!)
A New Old Railway, since long, is needed! (“Better” and comparatives, means “cementing” – and is devastating.)

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