Safety. Process velocity. Environment protection. These topics define the future of track construction around the globe. In a factory exhibition, ROBEL shows to clients and distribution partners ideas that are going to shape this future.
Besides machines and vehicle systems in the assembly halls and on track, the visitors will experience:
Moreover, workshops during the exhibition allow the intensive exchange with experts from all fields of track maintenance.
Please note that due to limited capacity, this event is specifically aimed at customers and partners of ROBEL. Registrations are only valid after confirmation by the ROBEL sales team.
These will be the last tamping machines of this variant that Robel will produce as progress is made on the next phase in tamper technology.
Over 500 rail infrastructure experts attended the ROBEL in-house exhibition to engage in the current topics of track maintenance.
Robel is establishing close proximity to the market and the customer by setting up a separate company, Robel North America Corporation.
From 10 July 2019 the Robel Holding GmbH (formerly Deutsche Plasser Holding GmbH) hold 80 percent of the newly founded Robel France SAS.
For over 100 years Robel's principal business has been the design and construction of railway maintenance and renewal machines and systems.
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