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Component manufacturers representing the Spanish railway industry have recently developed cutting-edge bogie and wheelset technologies. Not only do these new advances help to improve the lifecycle of rolling stock, but they also contribute to reduced maintenance costs while increasing operational safety. Pedro Fortea, Director of Mafex – the association representing…
GHH-BONATRANS is a Gold Sponsor at the 2019 International Wheelset Congress (16-20 June). During the event in Venice, Marcel Ujfaluši, Head of Business Development and Marketing, spoke to Global Railway Review about why it's important for them to attend.
Marcel Ujfaluši, Head of Business Development and Marketing at GHH-BONATRANS, explains how wheelset innovation can make freight transportation safer, more reliable, less noisy and more economic.
CAF MiiRA has been carrying out research that investigates the optimisation of low stress wheels for rail freight traffic, and the result is an innovative treadbraked wheel that will bring competition to future market needs.
There is now a greater need than ever to utilise innovative solutions to help improve the lifecycle of bogies and wheelsets – vital rolling stock components. This In-Depth Focus investigates the latest techniques available to the industry.
Simon Jarrett, Engineering Assurance and Development Manager for UK train operating company Chiltern Railways, explores the application of robotics in rail maintenance activities and the potential impact they could have on efficiency and capacity.
Siemens' New £8 million Bogie Service Centre completes servicing of its 100th bogie, four months after opening.
Following the results of an open tender, United Wagon Company (UWC) has completed a contract for the delivery of 60 flatcars on bogies with enhanced axle load to Russia’s largest intermodal container operator, TransContainer. The cars are intended to carry heavyweight containers.
Next stage in production of Stadler trains for Liverpool City Region successfully completed as client, Merseytravel, approves bogies.
Designing the bogies is in addition to Bombardier building the 87 ordered VLocity carriages, as part of the Government’s $848.5 million investment in regional rolling stock.
How can the railway sector utilise various monitoring techniques to ensure bogies and wheelsets are in top condition? How important is it to invest in wheelset research and what are the best methods to use for component inspection? What new ideas and concepts are there for the next generation of…