RAILWAY AGE, NOVEMBER 2023 ISSUE: High-production, computer-driven track machines and inspection vehicles perform one of the most critical of maintenance-of-way functions: keeping ballast in a state-of-good-repair to provide a smooth-running surface with excellent drainage.
Plasser American on Oct. 5 officially opened its new 82,000 square-foot. manufacturing facility, located at 2428 Josef Theurer Ln., Chesapeake, Va. The new facility “grows the company’s footprint as a committed corporate
RAILWAY AGE, JUNE 2023 ISSUE: Measuring and monitoring track geometry and detecting flaws beneath the track surface not only allows railroads to take action before failures occur, but also helps them to manage maintenance proactively, prolonging asset life.
RAILWAY AGE, MAY 2023 ISSUE: The newest milling, grinding and welding technologies and services help to extend rail life, and reduce noise.
RAILWAY AGE NOVEMBER 2022 ISSUE: High-production machines and attachments, as well as computerized inspection vehicles, are built by (and sometimes operated under) multiple suppliers to help dump, spread, tamp, profile and clean ballast, helping to keep track in its place.
Plasser American has announced the acquisition of DPR, a rail inspection technology company.
RAILWAY AGE, JUNE 2022 ISSUE: Track geometry and rail flaw detection product overview and market outlook.
RAILWAY AGE, NOVEMBER 2021 ISSUE: The three most important words to a railroad chief engineer are (pardon the alliteration; I’m sure you’ve heard this before) drainage, drainage and drainage.
Rhomberg Sersa Rail Group (RSRG) has entered into an agreement with Balfour Beatty U.S. to acquire the Balfour Beatty Track Solutions division.
RAILWAY AGE, JUNE 2021 ISSUE: Suppliers are providing the latest technologies to help railroads assess rail alignment and health, quickly and accurately.