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Frauscher Delivered its 100,000th Wheel Sensor and Celebrates a Milestone

In September, 2014 Frauscher shipped its 100,000th wheel sensor. This sensor will be integrated into a major project of their partner Alstom.

A milestone in the history of the company.

Frauscher CEO, Michael Thiel, refers to this day as ‘a significant milestone in the history of the company’: “This anniversary underlines the steady and successful development of Frauscher. More and more system integrators and operators recognise the value and the benefits of our products. With our focus towards technological advancement and our product strategy, we are on the right track. During the last few years we also managed to position ourselves as the worldwide leading provider of wheel detection and axle counting systems. We are very proud of our achievements.”

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The 100.000th wheel sensor, manufactured for the prestigious French company Alstom, was formally handed over to its representatives Dominique Brun, Sourcing Domain Director and Sandrine Jammet, Trackside Commodity Manager, during their recent visit to Frauscher headquarters. At the same time further steps for the future cooperation of the companies were discussed.

Alstom representatives confirmed the high level of collaboration: “We are pleased that this special 100.000th sensor was shipped to us – this marks an impressive achievement of Frauscher. The highly innovative products of Frauscher, as well as their ability to respond to our specific requirements, ensure the best possible solution for operators. As a matter of fact, we see Frauscher as a significant strategic partner.”

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