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Topic: Track-ballast

Colas Rail UK, source: Colas Rail UK

Colas Rail gets three contracts from Network Rail

Colar Rail UK, a subsidiary of Colas Group, has obtained three major contracts from infrastructure manager Network Rail. The British rail freight and maintenance company will supply signalling, telecoms, other equipment and provide rail haulage...Read more
|Comment|author: Mykola Zasiadko

RailTech Europe 2017 – Day Three review

The third and final day of RailTech Europe 2017 was based on Predictive Maintenance of Rail Infrastructure, and its increasing importance in delivering efficient working practices, cost savings and enhanced safety. Launching proceedings was Marc Antoni,...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Weedy

RailTech Europe 2017 – Day Two review

Digitalisation in Railways was the captivating theme for Day Two of RailTech Europe 2017, which has attracted several thousand rail professionals from across the world. Joan Blaas of conference organisers ProMedia reflected on the opening...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Weedy

Intelligent Rail Summit 2016 – Day Two

Innovations in how railway data is collected, stored and used were the focus of Day Two of the Intelligent Rail Summit, attended by over 150 rail tech experts from across the world. Infrastructure Measuring and Monitoring...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Weedy

Intelligent Rail Summit 2016 – Day One

A resounding success – that’s the view of delegates after an engrossing first day of the Intelligent Rail Summit 2016. The Bay of Naples provided a stunning backdrop as more than 150 delegates from across...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Weedy

‘More railway for the money’

Implementing ‘smarter maintenance’ of rail networks can help shape long-term track renewal projects, according to a leading track system specialist. Peter Juel Jensen, who is leading innovative work being carried out by the national Danish...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Weedy