The new depot will allow Northern to streamline its maintenance processes, subsequently improving UK rail performance and punctuality.
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Ahead of the arrival of its new fleet of trains expected in 2022, VIA Rail Canada has issued Requests for Qualifications to modernise its Montréal and Toronto maintenance centres.
Sheffield-based rail safety specialist, Zonegreen, is to supply its flagship technology to Metro operator, Nexus’, £8.4 million training facility being constructed in South Shields, North East England.
Sheffield-based Zonegreen is celebrating the achievements of its technical director, who has been driving up safety standards within the rail industry for the last two decades
An important part of the Siemens Mobility strategy is to introduce additive manufacturing technologies to all of its maintenance sites. In this video, colleagues from Siemens Mobility discuss how solutions from Stratasys help them to achieve their maintenance depot goals.
Renowned as Siemens Mobility's flagship site, the RRX Rail Service Centre expects 100 trains to enter and leave the depot every month. To help achieve this, 3D printing equipment has been utilised.
In this video case study, colleagues from Siemens Mobility and SWU explain how Stratasys additive manufacturing technology is helping to keep vehicle availability as high as possible.
Siemens Mobility has used Stratasys FDM 3D printing solutions which has lead to increased client satisfaction and a more streamlined supply chain.
Operail approves proposal for restructuring of their Tapa depot, which will see the company direct more resources towards locomotive construction.
Rail maintenance depots can be dangerous workplaces, so staff safety is essential. With Zonegreen’s market-leading product range, the highest level of staff safety can be delivered, whilst maintaining a productive working environment.
Zonegreen’s solutions are currently installed in facilities across the UK to offer protection against the risks posed by overhead lines.
The new depot site will be HS2’s only rolling stock maintenance depot for Phases One and 2a of the UK’s new high-speed rail network.