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Railtex – previewing exhibitors T-Z

Driving Operation EfficiencyTelent Technology ServicesStand L31 Telent has over 30 years’ experience in delivering and maintaining railway station and operational communication systems. The company’s system...

Railtex: previewing exhibitors N-S

Start your intelligent journeyNomad DigitalStand B17 Nomad is a leading provider of passenger and fleet-management solutions. The integration of Nomad’s solutions into the on-train environment improves levels of...

Railtex: previewing exhibitors H-M

New modular deterrent systemHird GroupStand R61 Hird Rail Development has been an integral part of the rail industry for over 60 years. Always at the forefront of...

Railtex – previewing exhibitors D-G

Depot equipment supply and serviceDepot RailStand P31 Depot Rail was formed in 2001 as a consultancy business, but quickly developed into a company representing specialist suppliers to...

Railtex – previewing exhibitors A-C

Technology solutions and servicesADComms - a Panasonic companyStand D81 ADComms, a Panasonic company, delivers innovative technology solutions and services to owners and operators of mission critical infrastructure. With extensive...

Network Rail announces CP6 spending plans of £42 billion

Network Rail has released its plans for Control Period 6, which starts on 1 April 2019. These show how the company intends to spend over £42...

National Apprenticeship Week on the railway

National Apprenticeship Week 2019 took place 4 to 8 March 2019. Coordinated by the National Apprenticeship Service, an offshoot of the Department for Education, It is designed to celebrate apprenticeships and the positive impact they have on individuals, businesses and the wider economy. This year’s theme was ‘Blaze a Trail’, highlighting the benefits of apprenticeships…

Buying HS2’s High-Speed Trains

Heading photo: Early designs released by Hitachi Rail Europe of its AT400 very-high-speed train, which has been labelled "the British bullet train". The projects and...

Ambergate junction reopens on schedule – train services resume between Derby and Matlock

Network Rail has reopened Ambergate junction in the Derwent Valley – where the branch to Matlock leaves the Midland main line – after a £13 million...