Railway Technology is using cookies

We use them to give you the best experience. If you continue using our website, we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on this website.

ContinueLearn More X

WEGH Group Plants and Equipment for the Railway Industry

WEGH Group is a leader in the design and construction of solutions for the railway industry with more than 470 customers in over 40 countries around the world.

WEGH Group is firmly established in its reference markets and stands out for giving lots of attention to technological development and innovation. It has acquired over 50 years worth of product skills to create a fundamental and comprehensive know-how that is placed at the service of the railway sector and makes WEGH Group an invaluable and reliable partner.

Its railway products are manufactured in four Italian plants and can be broken down into three main areas: plants and equipment for the production of railway sleepers and bearers in PRC, railway sleepers and bearers in PRC, signalling systems and rolling stock components.

Plants and equipment for producing railway sleepers and switch bearers

WEGH Group plants and equipment for producing railway sleepers and switch bearers in PRC make use of long line or carousel technology.

The group’s high level of specialisation in design and technology, together with its impressive portfolio of completed projects, guarantee the best in product quality, recognised by both its numerous customers around the world as well as leading producers of rail blocking systems.

WEGH Group railway superstructure plants and equipment is found in 21 countries, has a productive capacity of more than 26,000 sleepers per day and offers proven success thanks to its reliability, efficiency, safety, durability and availability.

From its inception, the WEGH Group sales and customer service departments have proven their commitment to meeting the needs of customers and its qualified, expert R&D team is always ready to develop state-of-the-art technical solutions to offer the market a highly-competitive product. In Brazil, for example, the WEGH Group has created the largest plant in the world with a production capacity of 4,800 sleepers per day.

Railway sleepers and bearers

The design and production technologies utilised by WEGH Group in producing railway sleepers and bearers in PRC conform to leading international standards, including among others UIC and AREMA.

The entire production process is subject to strict quality controls to verify that product geometry conforms to order specifications.

Currently, for the Italian market alone, WEGH Group has produced over three million sleepers in PRC and 5,000 switch bearers.

Level crossing devices and switching mechanisms for railway signalling and safety

The WEGH Group is active in the area of railway signalling and safety, offering consolidated know-how in the production of mechanical, electronic and electro-mechanical devices, including switching mechanisms, level crossing barriers, pedals, both line and street LED signals, and components for railway relay excitation advance and delay.

All products are manufactured in conformity with international standards and technical specifications requested by the RFI-Rete Ferroviaria Italiana, an organisation recognised internationally for its high-security standards.

WEGH Group has focused its efforts on creating products that guarantee high reliability, maximum levels of security and low running costs. For all these reasons, the RFI selected the TD96/2 as the official level crossing device for the Italian railway, which has over 5,500 units installed.

Rolling stock design and production

WEGH Group is also involved in designing and producing rolling stock components, such as systems for automatic doors, lighting systems and components, command and control devices and car electrical panels.
The company’s electrical, mechanical and electromechanical know-how means it can work in close collaboration with its customers and offer reliable systems for even the most demanding projects.

 

 

 

Make an enquiry

Press Release

WEGH Group Acquires OLMI Sleeper Technology from Alfa Laval Olmi

WEGH Group, announce today the acquisition of OLMI Sleeper Technology line of business from Alfa Laval OLMI expanding their total know-how, thus positioning on the market as the major global leading provider of solutions for the manufacturing of the railway concrete sleepers and turnout bearers.

White Papers

WEGH Group: Plants and Equipment for the Railway Industry

Wegh Group offers its clients a service that is more and more complete in terms of products and services in the sphere of the infrastructural activities of the railway, tramway and subway world.

Address
WEGH Group S.p.A.

Via G. Di Vittorio, 87

Fornovo Taro

Parma

43045

Italy

+39 0525 300111 www.weghgroup.com

WEGH Group Images

Products and Services

Video

Press Release

31 January 2016

WEGH Group, announce today the acquisition of OLMI Sleeper Technology line of business from Alfa Laval OLMI expanding their total know-how, thus positioning on the market as the major global leading provider of solutions for the manufacturing of the railway concrete sleepers and turnout bearers.

Read more
14 July 2015

WEGH Group signed a new contract concerning the periodic maintenance of the doors installed on 120 railway cars that is going to take place at Trenitalia Grandi Riparazioni workshop in Voghera.

Read more
21 May 2015

New production record broken by Travessas do Norte, WEGH Group subsidiary in Mozambique, which concluded the startup phase in April 2014.

Read more
3 April 2012

In Ghana, WEGH Group was chosen for the supply of 2 and 3 way-level crossing systems destined to the renewal of the railway line that links Accra and Tema.

Read more
25 January 2012

A contract with Solana for the supply of a long line plant has recently been signed and Argentina has opened its doors to WEGH Group technology.

Read more

Regional Offices

WEGH Group S.p.A.

Via G. Di Vittorio, 87

Fornovo Taro

Parma

43045

Italy

+39 0525 300111 www.weghgroup.com
Close
Close
Close

Go Top