Latest Railtex/Infrarail news – Page 2

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    Rail Alliance drives Midlands Engine


    UK: Supply industry cluster Rail Alliance is to host networking events at the forthcoming Railtex 2017 trade fair in Birmingham on behalf of the Midlands Engine initiative. Backed by businesses, local authorities and 11 Local Enterprise Partnerships, Midlands Engine is looking to make the East and West Midlands region ‘an ...

  • Tarmac and Max Bögl had a model of a ballastless trackform for high speed applications on their stand at Infrarail in London on April 12-14.

    Max Bögl and Tarmac launch UK slab track joint venture


    UK: German slab track specialist Max Bögl marked its entry into the UK market at the Infrarail trade show in London on April 13 by launching a joint venture with construction material supplier Tarmac which is aimed at winning contracts for track systems on new line projects.The partnership intends to ...

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    First-time Infrarail exhibitors reflect UK growth


    The 11th Infrarail exhibition takes place at the Excel centre in London's Docklands on April 12-14 2016.

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    CSR and universities to establish UK rail research centre


    UK: High speed train builder CSR Qingdao Sifang is to establish a centre for railway research and development in the UK under a series of co-operation agreements signed with three British universities during the Railtex 2015 exhibition in Birmingham on May 12. To be developed by CSR Sifang in co-operation ...

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    Railtex 2015 - Wednesday round-up


    Focused on multi-disciplinary railway technology, the biennial Railtex exhibition takes place at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham on May 12-14.

  • Focused on multi-disciplinary railway technology, the biennial Railtex exhibition takes place at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham on May 12-14.

    Railtex 2015 - Tuesday round-up


    The first day of Railtex 2015.

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    Railtex 2015 attracts international attention


    Focused on multi-disciplinary railway technology, the biennial Railtex exhibition takes place at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham on May 12-14.

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    Innovation on display at Railtex 2013


    RAILTEX: More than 400 exhibitors and around 9000 visitors are expected to take part on the 11th Railtex exhibition being held in London on April 30 to May 2 2013.

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    Feature articles in the April 2013 issue of Railway Gazette International


    Comment Goodbye Ministry of Railways, hello China Railways Corp News Main line Urban rail Innovations Industry Analysis Indian Railways: alive, but not kicking GSM-R progress in Britain A vision for rail in 2050 Signalling & train control ETCS or CBTC on cross-city links? Promoters ...

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    Infrarail show highlights infrastructure spend


    UK: More than 180 companies from the UK and Europe are converging on the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham on May 1-3 for the ninth Infrarail exhibition organised by Mack Brooks. The event is due to be opened by Transport Minister Theresa Villiers, who will also be giving a ...

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    A ‘wonderful spectacle’ at Railtex 2011


    UK: Revealing that no fewer than 424 exhibitors from 17 countries were participating in the Railtex 2011 exhibition at London's Earls Court Two centre, the Chairman of Mack Brooks Exhibitions Simon Brooks said the event presented ‘a wonderful spectacle’, which demonstrated ‘the very latest that the industry has to offer’. ...

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    Infrarail brings logistics expertise to major projects


    FRANCE: Through the creation of Infrarail, SNCF is giving its infrastructure services business a more commercial focus as the sector becomes increasingly competitive. Laurent Charlier reports.

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    Flying the flag in a global market


    Lobbying on behalf of its members, the Railway Industry Association has an important role to play in both the domestic and international arenas

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    Infrarail 2008 focuses on signalling


    THE SEVENTH Infrarail exhibition takes place from March 11-13 at a new venue, the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham, with signalling and train control technology at the heart of this year's show. The confirmation in last year's UK rail white paper that a number of major enhancement projects are to ...

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    Infrarail 2008 in Brief


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    Infrarail 2008: Making light work of lifting


    HARSCO Track Technologies will be presenting two of its latest products at Infrarail. The Permaquip Lightweight Ironman is designed to be used singly or in pairs for lifting and moving sections of rail or switch and crossing components. It can be used to access areas between the rails or to ...

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    Infrarail 2008: Thermal imaging evolution


    FLIR Systems has updated its range of thermal imaging cameras aimed at specialist users within the rail sector. Designed for a frequent user of infrared, the ThermaCAM T-Series has a number of features designed to accelerate the thermal imaging process. The T-Series integrates visual and thermal imaging and the design ...

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    Infrarail 2008: Opening the right doors


    SAFETY system specialist Hima­-Sella is to reveal the next generation of its Tracklink product at Infrarail 2008. The Tracklink technology has been widely used to implement selective door opening. Network Rail signed a contract in January worth £130 000 to fit Tracklink II technology as part of the Thameslink upgrade ...

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    Infrarail 2008: Coded signals


    BOMBARDIER is to unveil its EBI Track 400 jointless coded track circuit at Infrarail 2008. The circuit, designed to meet the specific needs of the UK market, uses multi-bit coded telegrams to ensure immunity from traction interference. Bombardier has worked with satellite communication specialists to develop a coding and modulation ...

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    Railtex 07 attracts international exhibitors to London


    RAILTEX 07 will be opened by UK Transport Minister Tom Harris MP, who is due to inaugurate the exhibition at London's ExCeL exhibition centre at 11.00 on February 20. The minister will then tour the show, which has attracted almost 450 companies from 17 countries to its new venue ...