LED Wig Wag celebrates its 10th year
since approval for use at Level Crossings

By Graham Scott
24 July 2017 16:03:59



July 2017 sees ten years since the Unipart Dorman/Unipart Rail LED Wig Wag head for level crossings was first approved for use....
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Preventing Damage at Points
during Engineering Works

By Graham Scott
26 June 2017 14:05:04



Points are vulnerable to damage during engineering works from On Track Plant (OTP) or Road-Rail Vehicles (RRV) running through them when they aren’t set to allow the vehicle movement, a phenomenon known as Points Run Through (PRT). ...
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Going the Extra Mile (or 26...)
for Queenscourt Hospice

By Graham Scott
13 March 2017 11:38:02



We often hear about people going the extra mile for charity, but in the case of Will Cookson who is the Traffic Sector Commercial Account Manager at Unipart Dorman, it should be ‘goes the extra 26’ as Will is in training for the 2017 Virgin Money London Marathon to be held on 23 April 2017....
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Supporting Banbury Resignalling Programme
with iLS and CLS LITE

By Graham Scott
08 November 2016 14:55:09



Unipart Dorman is proud to have played a significant part in the huge success that Siemens Rail Automotive made of the recent Banbury Resignalling Programme. ...
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Celebrating 50 years of Road Safety Improvements
from the Dorman Smith TrafiLAMP to the ConeLITE Synchro

By Graham Scott
24 October 2016 14:43:21



2016 sees a milestone achievement for Unipart Dorman and its journey in the development and use of road safety lamps for the last 50 years.

The Dorman Smith TrafiLAMP was the first lamp of its kind to be used across the UK infrastructure back in 1966 along with many other firsts......
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Graham Scott

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I am the Product Manager at Unipart Dorman providing technical and sales support across the Rail, Traffic and New Product Development areas of the business. In my spare time I write Flash Fiction and I also volunteer at a local community creative writing group and for various transport heritage groups.
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