ENSCO, Inc. Creates Brazilian Subsidiary – ENSCO Technologias do Brasil LTDA
Company’s Brazilian-base will assist in growth of South American Railway Sector.
ENSCO Technologias do Brasil to exhibit at NT EXPO – Sao Paulo, February 28 – March 2, 2023.
ENSCO, Inc., the international leader in track inspection technology, announced a new subsidiary – ENSCO Technologias do Brasil LTDA – that will assist in the expansion of the Brazilian and South American railway sectors and serve customers throughout the continent.
ENSCO maintains a significant Brazilian customer base with RUMO, MRS, VALE, SuperVIA, and other customers purchasing services and products over the years. The company is also aligning to serve Minfra and ANTT in a partnership with INFRA. ENSCO will assist Brazil in its development to build the Pro Trilhos, Brazil’s Railway Authorization program, leveraging expertise and lessons learned from ENSCO’s North American railroad development experience.
“ENSCO Technologias do Brasil LTDA, our newest subsidiary, will enhance our reach and customer base to serve the dynamic and growing Brazilian railway sector, as well as broaden our service offerings throughout South America. During Brazil’s premier railway event, NT Expo, ENSCO Technologias do Brasil LTDA will be showcasing advanced technologies that will enhance safety, reliability, and efficiency as we serve the region’s rail sector.”
The new ENSCO subsidiary will have access to the Transportation Technology Center (TTC) in Pueblo, Colorado, USA to help its customers meet research and testing needs, which may include testing of North American supplied locomotives, alternative energy such as biofuels, battery, and hydrogen, and training to conduct workforce development programs in Brazil. ENSCO maintains a partnership with the Brazil-based Ambipar which provides HAZMAT training at the TTC through its Ambipar Response Training Center.
As part of ENSCO, ENSCO Technologias do Brasil LTDA will exhibit its capabilities, products, and services at the 2023 NT Expo in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Booth E071.
This article was originally published by ENSCO Rail.
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