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2 October 2018

Positive Spirit After InnoTrans In Berlin

The Neumarkt-based PCM RAIL.ONE Group presented itself for a total of four days at the leading trade fair for transport technology in Berlin, Germany.

Once again, the event has set a new exhibitor and visitor record. Interested parties and customers could find out about the company and the latest product developments in an area of 145m². Two exhibits were in great demand.

Hosting a total of 3,062 exhibitors, around 160,000 trade visitors and 155 exhibited world premieres, the 12th edition of InnoTrans in Berlin once again stands for record numbers and huge excitement.

A few days after the leading trade fair, RAIL.ONE can also look back with great satisfaction on this major event. At its own exhibition stand, the internationally active group provides information about its innovative solutions and a large number of reference projects.

The two exhibits from the public transport and engineering business areas attract particular interest. Here, the expert for concrete sleepers and track systems in rail traffic presents an innovative turnout support point and his Integrated Monitoring System (IMS) for sleepers.

“Over 52% of foreign trade visitors underline the international significance of InnoTrans. As a group of companies with a global presence, it is the ideal platform for presenting our customers and partners with answers to questions on the sustainable design of mobility in modern rail transport,” says Jochen Riepl, CEO of PCM RAIL.ONE AG, visibly satisfied with the past week of the fair.

For Torsten Bode, chief sales officer of PCM RAIL.ONE Group, this year’s InnoTrans also comes to an end with enthusiasm: “With our two exhibits, the Integrated Monitoring System and the AS-SKL anchor rail fastening system, we showed two solutions that support our customers in the further development of their rail infrastructure. The vital interest in both products was a great confirmation for us and motivates us to continue working innovatively for our customers”.

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