During the Infrarail 2010 exhibition, from 13 to 15 April 2010 at the NEC, Mainframe Communications and Eurocom will be unveiling their new Joint Venture, TransCom (Projects).

Building on previous collaborations and successes between the two companies, TransCom is being created as a vehicle for securing future business together.

As communications specialists, TransCom offers a one-stop solution shop, turnkey delivery capability and proprietary fibre optic products for railway and metro projects. With over 20 years experience in the rail market, TransCom has a full delivery capability including project management and a dedicated team of design, installation and test engineers.

Business development manager Paul DuGuay explains, “TransCom is founded on the back of a strong relationship between the two companies, and offers us a route to securing future project work together. Whilst Mainframe has already got a strong rail portfolio with a wide range of existing LU compliant products, coupling this with Eurocom’s project delivery expertise allows us to jointly offer complete project delivery solutions.”

Paul continues, “TransCom specialises in addressing clients’ project issues, with a focus on creating flexible and integrated solutions that match the overall programme. We also aim to reduce the burden on our client’s management activity, by offering turnkey delivery packages and reducing their project interfaces.”

With their project office located at Vauxhall in Central London, coupled with their manufacturing facility in Southend-on-Sea in Essex, TransCom is well placed to service any project requirements, but particularly those based in London or the South East.

“In the past, one of Eurocom’s strengths has been helping get projects over the line and our expertise in the management of communications and power projects,” adds Peter Cochrane, TransCom director. “We aim to use this experience to add value earlier in the process for future projects, thereby reducing our client’s exposure to risk and over-runs.”