British Steel Increasing Production and Recruiting 66 New Em...
British Steel is recruiting 66 new employees to support increased production at its operations in Scunthorpe and Teesside.
Chris Heaton-Harris MP, Minister of State for Transport, visited members of the British Steel rail team in Poland earlier this week.
Held every 2 years, TRAKO is Poland’s largest and most prestigious rail industry event – it’s also one of the largest in Central and Eastern Europe. The event is the perfect forum to demonstrate how our innovative rail products are helping tackle common industry issues.
“We were very pleased to meet the minister – he showed a lot of interest in the challenges both we and the rail industry face. The advances we’ve made in our product range mean we’re able to offer longer-lasting rail for a whole host of scenarios, from in-track repairs to improved corrosion resistance offered by our Zinoco® range, something our customers really value. Working closely with customers to solve their challenges is important for us, it keeps the rail industry competitive and moving forward.”
Visitors to the stand also found out about our Stress-Free heat-treated rail range, which offers increased life in track. This product range has exceptional resistance to wear and boasts the lowest residual stress available for reduced risk of foot-fatigue.
“We’re proud to be showcasing ML330, our advanced Multi-Life grooved rail. It has increased wear-resistance and is weld-restorable in track so offers multiple rail lives – this is especially important in urban systems where maintenance and repair times are critical.”
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