Customer Solutions Through Continuous Innovation
RAIL.ONE will be showcasing its range of track system solutions provided for railway transport worldwide at InnoTrans.
The leading fair for transport technology will take place from 18 to 21 September in Berlin, Germany. Under the motto “Innovative by Tradition”, the Neumarkt-based group of companies is presenting two new types of system developments and illustrating future-oriented application possibilities.
With its high-complexity, global rail traffic increasingly requires individual approaches for the solution of region-specific requirements. RAIL.ONE is responding to these developments with interdisciplinary teams and with international experience as technology and quality leader in the field of railway track systems and sleepers, arguments that the company will be presenting at Booth 305 in Hall 26 at InnoTrans in just a few weeks.
While structural flexibility and noise protection play important roles in local traffic, long-distance and freight transportation require particularly reliable solutions and products that score points through ease of installation and require minimal maintenance work.
Torsten Bode, Chief Sales Officer of PCM RAIL.ONE AG, hints at innovative products and their presentation at the fair booth: “At InnoTrans we will be presenting our visitors with developments which help to enhance the quality of track infrastructure and simplify construction logistics. And at the same time contribute to the sustainable optimization of life cycle costs and route availability. For us, it is essential to identify our customers’ needs and as quickly as possible offer appropriate, economical and reliable solutions in all our business areas”.
The sustainability of this concept is demonstrated by numerous projects already completed, including in Europe and Asia, in which the high quality of the solutions produced has been verified by customers.
With a 145m² booth in Berlin, RAIL.ONE will be demonstrating its portfolio in the fields of long-distance and freight transport, urban transit, plant construction, and engineering. With the help of an interactive application, interested parties can get to know the products of the Neumarkt-based group of companies, learn more about their locations and references and talk to the experts on site about the current and future needs of the railway market.
The presentation will include two real exhibits as solutions to current and future challenges in the railway infrastructure trackwork, as well as an interactive application that shows products, references and further company information.