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Egis News

New high-speed line for Egis in Morocco : the Kenitra Marrakesh HSL

Following on from the success of the first high-speed railway line in Africa, the Tangier–Kenitra line (200 km), Morocco is pursuing plans to continue to develop its network of high-speed lines. In this perspective, ONCF (the Moroccan national railway company) has appointed Egis as general consultant for external control on the HSL from Kenitra to Marrakesh.

CAF News

SERCO UTILISES LEADMIND TO ENSURE SERVICE EXCELLENCE ON THE CALEDONIAN SLEEPER

Serco Caledonian Sleeper (SCS) is the overnight sleeper train service between London and Scotland. The fleet links the cities of Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Inverness and Fort William with London and looking after the comfort and safety of their passengers overnight is one of the main objectives for the team.

MICRO EPSILON News

MICRO EPSILON: MEASURING THE WORKPIECE POSITION IN GRINDING MACHINES

Inductive sensors from Micro-Epsilon are based on the eddy current principle and designed for non-contact measurement of displacement, distance, position, oscillation and vibrations.

Thales Info

Thales-led NS2F rail signalling consortium enters contract discussions with French agency for ecological transition (Ademe)

Thales has teamed up with GeoSAT, Setec Ferroviaire, CLEARSY and the Nouvelle-Aquitaine regional council to form Nouvelle Signalisation Ferroviaire Frugale (NS2F), a consortium that aims to develop an innovative digital rail signalling and network operation system that will set new standards for simplicity and energy efficiency.

TX Logistik News

Wilhelmshaven will be integrated within the network in 2023

TX Logistik AG (Mercitalia Group) will integrate the deep-water port of Jade-Weser-Port Wilhelmshaven into its network. The plan is to start in seaport hinterland traffic from mid-January 2023 with a new connection between Wilhelmshaven and southern Germany.

Rail Baltica News

Rail Baltica high-speed infrastructure in Latvia will include 16 regional mobility points; construction design agreement was signed today

In addition to the international passenger stations in Riga – Riga Central Station and Rail Baltica station at the Riga International Airport, both of which are already in the construction, 16 regional mobility points are planned on Rail Baltica mainline in Latvia.

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