Harsco Rail’s Universal Vehicle is a 4-axled bogie car, primarily used for transporting deployment personnel, as a workshop, and for the manipulation of components using lifting devices attached to the end of the vehicle.
The vehicle is equipped with a personnel and workshop module, furthermore it has dual mode (diesel-electric and electric-electric traction system), an automatic coupling system, ETCS and remote control.
The Universal Vehicle is part of a fleet of 31 maintenance vehicles Harsco Rail built for the SBB (Swiss Federal Railways) to maintain the world biggest train tunnel, the “Gotthard Base Tunnel”.
Harsco Rail has been awarded a three-year (with an optional two-year extension) mobile maintenance train service contract by Network Rail.
Harsco's Environmental division has joined ResponsibleSteel™, the world’s first sustainability standard for the steel industry.
Harsco Rail, division of Harsco Corporation, introduced its new TX16 Production and Switch Tamper at Railway Interchange 2019 in Minneapolis.
Deutsche Bahn is investing in hybrid technology for its maintenance fleets and shunting locomotives to reduce its environmental impact.
Harsco Rail has secured a major rail equipment order with Europe’s largest railway infrastructure manager, DB Netz AG.
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