Vossloh's rail infrastructure division will be split into three new business units comprising core components, customised modules and lifecycle solutions, which will be strengthened through acquisitions where appropriate. "These three new infrastructure units form the future core business of the group, while the previous transportation division is no longer defined as core business but will nevertheless initially remain as a fourth division," says Vossloh.\r\nWhile the transportation division, which produces diesel locomotives and LRVs, is expected to generate around \u20ac500m in sales this year, Vossloh plans to sell the division either as a complete unit or in parts by 2017. Alternatively, Vossloh is willing to consider transferring the division into a partnership with another company, but with Vossloh being the minority shareholder.\r\nVossloh has confirmed its previous forecast of a negative Ebit of between \u20ac150m and \u20ac180m on sales of \u20ac1.34bn for the current financial year. After adjustment for one-off effects, Vossloh forecasts a positive Ebit of \u20ac30m for 2014 which equates to an Ebit margin of 2%. Sales are expects to increase by 3-4% in 2015 which would push up the Ebit margin to 3-4%.\r\nVossloh plans to announce further details of its strategy tomorrow.