Harsco consolidates technology under Protran brand

Worldwide rail infrastructure and maintenance firm Harsco Rail, a division of Harsco Corp., will move all its technology products and services under the Protran Technology brand, including Zeta Tech, the company announced on July 22, 2015.

Ballast betterment

Suppliers continue their R&D efforts to provide improved ballast maintenance solutions.

SEPTA places railway safety technology order

Protran Technology, a Harsco Rail company, has received an order for railway safety technology from the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA), operator of the sixth largest rail transit system by ridership in the U.S., the company announced on May 26, 2015.

Don’t reface it, replace it

Complete track renewal work calls for large machines that offer custom solutions.

Harsco acquires Protran Technology

Harsco Corp. announced Monday, March 2, 2015 that it has acquired Newton, N.J.-based Protran Technology, providing design and production of safety systems for transportation and industrial applications. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

A tad off the top

Rail grinding service providers offer profile correction, modification, and restoration.

Emmerson named Managing Director Harsco Rail UK

Harsco Rail has appointed Mark Emmerson Managing Director of the company’s United Kingdom operation. He has been in this role in an interim capacity over the past nine months, along with his previous role of International Finance Director.
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Saving time and money

Productivity gains and cost savings often go hand-in-hand with safer m/w equipment.

Harsco lands another big Swiss contract

Harsco Corp. said Tuesday, July 1, 2014 it has secured second major railway track and infrastructure maintenance equipment award from Swiss Federal Railways (SBB).

New manager for Harsco Rail Columbia plant

Harsco Corp. division Harsco Rail, a global supplier of railway track maintenance and construction equipment, has appointed Craig Fairley as the new Plant Manager of its Columbia, S.C., production facility.