To support the UK’s transport industry to build back better, HS2 has established new measures to enhance the visibility of supply chain opportunities for its rail systems contracts.
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The Rail Supply Group (RSG) announces Transport for London (TfL) as its latest project sponsor, with the scheme aiming to provide simpler ways to export supplier’s services and products overseas.
The funding will support the development of the Rail Data Marketplace, which will ultimately improve journeys for passengers across the UK.
The UK government has announced the formation of a new public body, Great British Railways, which will bring the UK's railways under single, accountable national leadership.
RSG's Work Pipeline Visibility Charter asks businesses in the rail supply chain to commit to sharing their work pipeline information with their suppliers.
How can rail innovators contribute to carbon reduction? The industry response to this has been to set up the cross-industry rail decarbonisation taskforce, but what can innovators like Viper Innovations do to pitch-in?
The Routes into Rail website will showcase sector role models, include a jobs portal and provide access to the latest news and opportunities.
Significant progress has been made in delivering the three 'Act Now' priorities since their original publication in July 2020.
The UK's Rail Supply Group (RSG) has published its report and the actions to be taken to support the best possible recovery of businesses supplying the rail industry.
The Rail Supply Group (RSG) – the leadership body for the UK rail supply chain – has shared the findings of its independent research into the impact of COVID-19 on businesses supplying the rail industry.
Transport's Woman of the Year 2018, Anna Delvecchio, has been immortalised with a plaque adorned upon a wall of the London Transport Museum.
Philip Hoare, President of Atkins, SNC-Lavalin’s Engineering, Design and Project Management sector has been appointed as chair of the Rail Supply Group (RSG), he succeeds Gordon Wakeford, the former CEO of Siemens Mobility UK.