Exhibitors: O – R

Osprey Heavy Lift – G70

Osprey Heavy Lift specialises in the lifting, transportation and installation of heavy and abnormal loads. With a highly skilled workforce and a fleet of specialist equipment including heavy mobile cranes, specialist gantry systems and self-propelled modular trailers (SPMTs), Osprey Heavy Lift provides innovation, experience and smart solutions to help deliver your project safely, on time and within budget.

From an abnormal load delivery to a specialist structure installation, Osprey Heavy Lift provides a total transport solution.  Transport and installation services include swept path analysis and route survey reports to assist in the planning stages of a project, and where applicable, Osprey can include independent third-party checks of engineering calculations.

With a varied fleet of specialist lifting equipment including heavy mobile cranes, hydraulic jacking systems and specialist gantry systems and with in-house engineering capabilities and experienced operatives, Osprey can develop a tailor made lifting solution that compliments site-specific requirements.

Pace Networks – E18

Pace Networks will be hosting the Electrification Infrastructure and Power Stand with partners Bonomi, Omnia, Morris Line Engineering (MLE), Rebosio and Ottotecnica. This interactive stand will display a range of products from Pace partners and there will be experts available to talk visitors through their benefits and demonstrate how they work.

The stand will have an HS2 section displaying Bonomi and Rebosio’s HS2-ready products with experts present to answer any questions visitors may have. These HS2 solutions include insulators, steady arms, droppers, and clamps.

Having recently moved into the world of distribution within rail electrification, Pace Networks now stocks a range of UK electrification and infrastructure products, including cantilevers, droppers, steady arms, and various clamps and brackets.

The MLE section of the stand will display several innovative high and medium voltage switching solutions, while Omnia will have a new and innovative cantilever on display and new partner Ottotecnica will be showing its range of voltage detectors and testers.

Prysmian Group – D37

Prysmian Group is world leader in energy and telecom cables and systems, with nearly 140 years’ experience and 21,000 employees in 50 countries. Prysmian UK provides energy and telecom cables, modular power systems and cable accessories certified and approved for use throughout Overground and Underground Rail Networks in UK.

Connecta, part of the market-leading Firetuf range, is one such product. It has been specifically developed to provide lighting and small power applications in tunnel environments such as sockets for transformers for portable tools. In the event of a fire, Connecta maintains the integrity of the circuit even if a local device fails, allowing escape routes further up and down the line to remain illuminated.

Manufactured with high-quality injection-moulded zero-halogen and low-smoke (OHLS®) components, Connecta features a moulded female socket and shrouded male plug with an optional integral fuse and coupling nut. It is available in both fire resistant OHLS and Standard OHLS designs.

R&D Consulting – A71

R&D Consulting has, since 2012, helped its clients to access over £15million of Research and Development Tax Credits.  This generous but underutilised relief from HRMC is particularly applicable to the rail industry.

Infrarail will be the perfect place to educate visitors on the benefits of making R&D claims and to dispel the often-held belief that R&D Tax Relief is only for those wearing white lab coats.

Whilst a lot of the larger accountancy firms offer R&D services to their clients, these are often only targeted at large clients generating big fees. Meaning smaller firms are missing out on a tax relief specifically designed for them. This can be because the process of claiming seems too daunting or that firms simply don’t believe that the work they undertaken would qualify.

R&D Consulting’s goal is to make the claim process as simple and easy as possible for its clients.

Rail Media – H18

Rail Media is proud to be media partner for Infrarail once again. A long and close relationship sees Rail Engineer organising and presenting the keynote and industry presentations in the Seminar Theatre while RailwayPeople.com powers the Recruitment Wall, where exhibitors can advertise their latest jobs for the duration of the show.

Visitors will also be able to speak directly with the editorial teams from RailStaff, Rail Engineer and Global Rail News, and also meet the organisers of the popular Rail Summits and Roadshows.


Two major new events will be promoted at Infrarail for the first time. The Rail Partnership Awards, organised for and in conjunction with Network Rail, will take place in Birmingham in June. A year later, Railworx 2019 – the new outdoor show for the rail contracting industry – will take place alongside the established Plantworx show in Peterborough. Ask at the stand for more details.

This year’s RailStaff Awards will bring over 1,000 people to Birmingham in November for the industry’s biggest awards evening. The only rail awards for people not companies, the RailStaff Awards recognises the outstanding work that railway people do in the course of their everyday work. Have you nominated anyone yet?

Railmetrics – G02

Railmetrics will be demonstrating automated Laser Rail Inspection System (LRAIL) inspection results from projects in Singapore and the USA at this year’s Infrarail.

Most rail inspection sensors in the marketplace today are limited to a single function; they measure a specific parameter such as gage, or perform a single task, such as imaging.

The LRAIL delivers greater return on investment by combining high-resolution rail imaging with 3D scanning in a single pass and automating the inspection process. It  captures an impressive 1 mm resolution X and Y 3D profile with a vertical accuracy 0.1 mm of the rails, ties and ballast area at speeds up 60 km/h at 1mm intervals, 120 km/h at 2mm intervals and 180 km/h at 3mm intervals.

Automated algorithms analyse 3D profiles to make key measurements such as rail geometry (cant, alignment, curvature, etc) and to detect key defects (rail surface flaws and damaged sleepers).

Rosehill Rail – D51

Rosehill Rail is a leading manufacturer of innovative, engineered rubber rail crossing systems. Approved by rail authorities across the world, its systems have set new standards across a wide variety of rail crossings, including on all types of roads, agricultural and pedestrian crossings, and for track access points

At Infrarail, Rosehill Rail will be showcasing its range of modular rail crossing solutions, including its innovative Interlocking RRAP system.

The Interlocking RRAP system has been designed specifically to accommodate irregular sleeper spacing, making it ideal for permanent, semi-permanent and temporary road/rail access points.

The unique modular design of the system makes it quick and easy to install. Customers using the system are able to install a 10.8 metre road/rail access point in less than 90 minutes, minimising possession times and significantly reducing costs compared to traditional concrete and other modular systems.

A heavy-duty solution, the Interlocking RRAP system is ideal for getting RRVs and other heavy machinery onto the track, again and again.

Roxtec -D34

Roxtec is building a strong track record in the rail sector offering complete design and engineering services through to installation training and inspection support. Clients are able to standardise with superior solutions to ensure safe, reliable and cost-effective operations.

These solutions make it possible to route multiple cables and conduits of different sizes through each opening in buildings and equipment, as well as having the ability to add cables at a later stage – without making new holes.

Founded in Sweden in 1990, Roxtec is today active in more than 80 geographical markets. Its pipe and conduit seals are used in many applications: traction power, signalling and rail control, communications, tunnels, bridges, stations and rail yards. They have been tested and approved by London Underground to protect assets against fire, smoke, water damage, rodents, gas, vibration, humidity, dust and EMI.

Rullion – K36

Rullion is excited to be attending this year’s Infrarail show and will be sharing details of its range of services available for both talent within the rail industry and organisations looking for support or advice on their recruitment strategy.

A forward-thinking recruitment company, Rullion specialises in providing a wide range of talent consultancy services to a diverse client base. On its stand, the company will be showcasing its offerings including the newest service, Attract, which uses data and insight to equip organisations with the tools and advice needed to meet their talent acquisition goals.

Clients include TfL, Crossrail and a number of contractors involved in HS2. Experts will be on hand to provide advice on a career in rail, or to answer any queries visitors may have on its recruitment services.