Milling activity, illustrative

Vossloh completes acquisition Strabag Rail

Vossloh has successfully completed the acquisition of the rail milling business of Strabag Rail, which was announced on 5 November 2018. The acquired unit, comprising four milling machines and 30 employees, will be integrated in...Read more
|Comment|author: Majorie van Leijen
Image: SBB

SBB Cargo to open for public partnership

The Swiss government has announced to look for investors for SBB Cargo. It is planning to sell a minority stake in the freight arm of the state-owned railway company, the government confirmed in a statement...Read more
|Comment|author: Majorie van Leijen

Spain to invest 3 billion Euros in new trains

Spanish railway undertaking Renfe will start acquiring new trains in 2019 with a budget totalling 3 billion Euros. This is part of a larger project, aiming for an upgrade of Renfe’s passenger and cargo trains. A...Read more
|Comment|author: Jose Gutierrez
Ancona Station, Italy

Mercitalia takes full control of POL-Rail

Mercitalia, the freight subsidiary of the Italian national railway company FS, has taken complete control over POL-Rail, a former joint venture with the Polish operator PKP Cargo. The Italian company wants to be the sole...Read more
|Comment|author: Jose Gutierrez
Siemens office building

Siemens Digital Logistics merges with Locom Software

Siemens Digital Logistics and Locom Software have completed their corporate merger on 14 December. Effective immediately, these consolidated companies are operating under the brand name Siemens Digital Logistics, which is the legal successor firm of...Read more
|Comment|author: Majorie van Leijen
Milling activity, illustrative

Vossloh acquires milling business Strabag Rail

German rail technology company Vossloh acquired the rail milling unit of another German enterprise Strabag Rail. Four milling machines and around 30 employees strengthened Vossloh’s business and allowed it to position itself as a leading...Read more
|Comment|author: Mykola Zasiadko