A study has revealed that investing in a comprehensive European high-speed rail network will massively reduce the environmental footprint of European passenger transport.
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UNIFE (the European Rail Supply Industry)
UNIFE are the European Rail Supply Industry, which advocates on behalf of more than 100 leading rail supply companies in Europe – from SMEs to major industrial champions – who are active in the design, manufacture, maintenance and refurbishment of rail transport systems, subsystems and related equipment. UNIFE also brings together national rail industry associations from 11 European countries. UNIFE’s members account for 84 per cent of the European, and 46 per cent of the global market for rail equipment and services (stats at March 2022). UNIFE communicate members’ interests at European and international levels while actively promoting rail equipment and standards worldwide. UNIFE’s membership reflects all segments of Europe’s rail supply industry from rolling stock manufacturers and infrastructure suppliers to system integrators and engineering companies. UNIFE’s members are committed to collaborating on common challenges facing our sector, and also providing the innovative technology needed to meet the growing demand for sustainable transport. Here follows our content related to UNIFE.
At InnoTrans 2022, Global Railway Review’s Editor, Craig Waters, met with the Railway Industry Association’s (RIA) Chief Executive, Darren Caplan, and Technical Director, David Clarke, to discuss the priorities for UK rail project delivery, the positives in digital transformation, the RailDecarb21 Campaign success, and moving forward with EDI in the…
During the third day of InnoTrans 2022, the Global Railway Review team have been in Berlin to break the latest news.
During the second day of InnoTrans 2022, the Global Railway Review team have been in Berlin to break the latest news.
UNIFE, CARS and RSI announced the signing of an MoU to establish future collaboration between railway supply industry organisations during InnoTrans 2022.
The ninth iteration of the World Rail Market Study has been released, with projections showing the rail market will achieve good long-term growth in the 2025-27 period.
Ahead of InnoTrans 2022, Global Railway Review asked Philippe Citroën, Director General of UNIFE, what he is expecting from this year's event.
To transform railways for passengers and freight operators, the deployment of modern signalling, communications and train control technologies is crucial in order to increase capacity, reduce delays, enhance safety, and drive down costs. The authors in this In-Depth focus explore the developments in ERTMS/ETCS/GSM-R, and the potential that FRMCS offers…
Packed full of exclusive content, including our InnoTrans 2022 preview, plus features from: Germany’s Federal Minister for Digital and Transport; the European Commissioner for Transport; Canadian Pacific; Norfolk Southern; the Association of American Railroads; the ERTMS Users Group; and many more!
This article explores the IN2ZONE research project which aims to design and test a prototype next generation transition zone solution that provides a step-change in track support conditions, resulting in a reduction in maintenance interventions.
A Memorandum of Understanding on ‘Smart and Affordable High-Speed Services in the European Union’ has been signed by CER, ALLRAIL, UNIFE and EU-RAIL.
Reducing emissions and how the rail sector contributes to climate change are topics high on the agenda for many organisations in the industry. With companies seeking more sustainable options, the authors in this In-Depth Focus explore the opportunities of alternative fuels and the importance of how innovative initiatives can enable…
With the European Union focusing more on confronting climate change, Jonathan Cutuli, Public Affairs Manager at UNIFE, explains the key role that alternative fuels can play for the rail sector in lowering GHG emissions and how investment is key to producing greener results.