Rail supply chain needs clarity on future work to support coronavirus recovery planning

Workers social distancing at Primrose Hill tunnel

UK: Companies in the railway supply chain are largely confident that they can survive the coronavirus crisis as long as they gain visibility on future work by early autumn, according to the findings of a survey commissioned by the Rail Supply Group.

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