SNCF Selects Nexala to Manage Critical Components for their Fleets

Technology Company Nexala has increased its international expansion by securing SNCF, the French state run rail company, as their latest customer. The contract with a value of €3.5m for the period 2013-2016 was formally signed in the presence of Eamon Gilmore, Tainiste and Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Irish embassy in Paris over the St Patrick’s Day weekend.

Nexala will provide SNCF with systems to manage critical components across their fleet of trains, including the high speed TGV train fleet.  Nexala’s technology systems will be used to manage and maintain key components such as wheelsets and brakes. SNCF is the latest in a series of international customer wins including SBB of Switzerland, Eurostar and South West Trains.

Christian Daniel, ECM Business Processing Director at SNCF, explains, “After a detailed investigation of solution providers, Nexala for us was a clear fit. Their comprehensive knowledge of the rail industry, solutions and customer focus is unrivalled and we look forward to partnering with them to implement the system.”

Paul Lowry SVP Sales and Marketing said “This is an important win for Nexala and we look forward to building a strong and mutually rewarding relationship with SNCF.”

Nexala is a world leader in Rail technology solutions.  Nexala’s solutions allow companies to plan for the future, improve operational efficiencies, manage their service levels, and fundamentally to reduce their costs while at the same time ensuring that the service they provide is maintained to the highest level. In effect, Nexala is about improving business performance. Nexala has operations in Ireland, United Kingdom, France, Belgium and North America. Nexala has also a number of agents and distributors servicing Asia and the Middle East. Nexala’s customers include Southwest Trains, Eurostar, Irish Rail, SBB, First Group, Siemens Transportation, Bombardier and Greater Anglia among others.

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