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GREENRAIL, Italy, has signed the first agreement for the industrialisation and marketing of its range of recycled railway sleepers in the United States.
NORWEGIAN infrastructure manager Jernbaneverket is evaluating the use of synthetic sleepers on bridges and in tunnels as an alternative to traditional creosoted-wood sleepers.
SWEDISH infrastructure manager Trafikverket has installed recycled plastic sleepers supplied by Lankhorst Engineered Services, Netherlands, as part of a trial to evaluate the durability of alternatives to traditional timber sleepers.
Infrastructure managers face the twin challenges of ageing infrastructure and demands for increased capacity and performance, so news that a German company has developed ways to streamline the reconstruction and…
Sekisui's FFU synthetic sleepers have been deployed on 1400km of switch and bridge track sections in 16 countries since they were introduced over 30 years ago. Japan's Railway Technical Research…
Sekisui's FFU synthetic sleepers have been deployed on 1400km of switch and bridge track sections in 16 countries since they were introduced over 30 years ago. Japan's Railway Technical Research…
BRITAIN's secretary of state for transport Mr Patrick McLoughlin formally opened the new Trackwork Moll sleeper manufacturing plant in Doncaster on December 9.
EDMONTON Transit has awarded Axion International Holdings, United States, a contract to supply its Ecotrax 100% recycled composite sleepers for use on the city's light rail network.
SENER, Spain, has signed an ownership, protection and license distribution agreement with Spanish infrastructure manager Adif, the Polytechnic University of Madrid, and the Cidaut Foundation to promote the use of…

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