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Ferrartis Stillages Delivered to Bombardier

Ferrartis Stillages Delivered to Bombardier

Saving costs, space and environmental impact


Tags: Collaborative Working Innovation Reduced Cost Reduced Environmental Impact Traction and Rolling Stock


Our partner Ferrartis has delivered the first batch of its Pantograph Stillages to the Bombardier rail storage depot in Crewe. The Stillages will be used for external pantograph storage.

The Ferrartis/Unipart Rail protective covers have been designed to fit any type of stillage or framed storage systems and enables expensive internal storage locations to be freed up so adding extra value to the Stillages.

Unipart Rail’s partnership with specialist design engineers Ferrartis provides a unique combination of resources to identify and build holistic solutions for storage and transit requirements that will save costs, space and environmental impact.

The Ferrartis team have decades of experience in the rail sector and have created bespoke solutions for track, depot and stations installations across the country. Together with the in-depth knowledge of Unipart Rail, the two companies can provide a comprehensive design-based approach to tackle storage, lifting, transportation and operational issues that require simple but effective solutions.

For more information go to our webpage hhttp://www.unipartrail.com/ferrartis_solutions.html


 

 




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Dave Tilmouth

Head of Marketing Communications

I'm Head of Marketing Communications for Unipart Rail, so I get to be involved in lots of exciting stuff across Traction & Rolling Stock, Infrastructure and road traffic. My colleagues know me as someone who has a perspective on everything, as well as being a bit of an extrovert!



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