Vossloh

Vossloh, Germany, unveiled its first high-performance rail milling train at a customer open day at its rail welding and storage plant in Hamburg in September. David Briginshaw attended the event…
VOSSLOH has completed its financial restructuring by concluding a new €150m five-year syndicated loan in the form of a revolving credit. The loan has two options to extend the final…
THE German Railway Authority (EBA) has approved Vossloh’s HSG-city as a heavy ancillary vehicle capable of speeds of up to 60km/h, enabling the track grinding machine to operate on main…
VOSSLOH unveiled its first high-performance rail milling train at an open day at its rail welding and storage plant in Hamburg on September 26. The train was developed in cooperation…
GERMANY’s infrastructure manager DB Network has signed a three-year framework ultrasonic rail inspection agreement with Gleistechnik Süd, a subsidiary of Vossloh. There is an an option to extend the agreement…
Vossloh is optimising its rail fastening systems by developing new tension clamps and other fastening components. This is being achieved thanks to a new co-simulation of FEM and MBS models,…
GERMAN company Vossloh’s second quarter results of 2017 show that net sales rose by 16.7% to €492.2m after six months compared with the previous year, while the group’s Ebit rose…
HANS-Martin Schabert has joined Transmashholding to implement an export strategy for the Russian train builder.
IRJ at IAF: Two high-speed rail grinding trains are being developed for China by a joint venture of Vossloh and China Railway Construction Corporation subsidiary CRCCE.
VOSSLOH announced on March 23 that it achieved increased profitability in 2016 after it focused on higher-margin projects as well as efficiency and cost management enhancements.
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