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Visit Unipart Rail at Africa Rail 2019

Unipart Rail are exhibiting at Africa Rail 2019 on 19th & 20th June at the Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg.

We are exhibiting alongside our partner Gear Rail – leaders in railway safety and control solutions in Africa.

Visit our team on the Gear Rail stand to understand more about how we deliver value and efficiencies to the African market through our unique range of Supply Chain and Technology and Product Solutions.

Highlights will include:

  • The launch of our new Locomotive Support Solution – a full supply chain management service for locomotive operators, incorporating product supply, engineering capability and innovation.
  • Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality experiences – come and see how we have transformed our customers operations through our Supply Chain solutions
  • Learn how we can enable worldwide rail track maintenance & construction projects to be completed in less time with reduced operational costs through our partnership with McCulloch Rail.

If you are attending the exhibition, we hope to see you there.

Unipart Rail at Africa Rail

 

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