PowerRail Buys Maurey Instruments

Written by Marybeth Luczak, Executive Editor
Connersville, Ind.-based PowerRail Electronics Technology provides a full line of EMD and GE control stands and electrical cabinets; contactors; controllers; electronic and electrical parts and components; relays; modules; panels; power supplies and other related electronic items; and related locomotive components.

Connersville, Ind.-based PowerRail Electronics Technology provides a full line of EMD and GE control stands and electrical cabinets; contactors; controllers; electronic and electrical parts and components; relays; modules; panels; power supplies and other related electronic items; and related locomotive components.

PowerRail Electronics Technology, a supplier of new and remanufactured locomotive components, has acquired Maurey Instruments Corp. of Alsip, Ill.

Maurey Instruments Corp. has been manufacturing rheostats and other electronic components for nearly 70 years. Bringing their production to PowerRail “will allow us to better serve our customers, providing a one-stop-shop for all electronic locomotive components, complete with the quality and workmanship they have come to know from PowerRail,” said Director of Manufacturing Adam Earnheart.

Connersville, Ind.-based PowerRail Electronics Technology is a division of PowerRail, Inc., an aftermarket parts provider and an AAR M-1003 quality certified company. It offers a full line of EMD and GE control stands and electrical cabinets; contactors; controllers; electronic and electrical parts and components; relays; modules; panels; power supplies and other related electronic items; and related locomotive components.

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