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TRT on demonstration at North America’s largest railway exhibition

TRT on demonstration at North America’s largest railway exhibition



Rail movement and track construction just became easier…

The TRT (Trac Rail Transposer) is a rubber tracked machine suitable for use on rail infrastructures, underground track and light rail networks.

Developed by McCulloch Rail and manufactured by Unipart Rail, the TRT is one of the safest, most versatile rail handling machines on the rail infrastructure. It significantly reduces the time taken to handle rail sections, whilst being controlled by only one Operator. 

The development and manufacturing of these machines form a core part of the alliance between the two businesses, which provides innovative railway component handling and movement equipment for worldwide track maintenance and construction projects. 

If you’re attending Railway Interchange, join us on booth 2164 to see the TRT and learn about the other machinery in the range such as FLASS and Panel Lifter.  While you’re there, enter yourself into the McCulloch competition to win a bottle of genuine Scottish whisky!

For more information on our product range click here

We will also be exhibiting in the RSSI hall, booth 4213, showing you how we are bringing innovation to market.  For more information click here

Alternatively, go to our website or get in touch at enquiries@unipartrail.com.

The Railway Interchange exhibition takes place at the Minneapolis Convention Center from 22-24 September, 2019. To register, click here

 

 

 




About this author
Lydia Tilt

Marketing Manager

I am Marketing Manager at Unipart Rail, supporting Unipart Dorman in both the rail and traffic sectors as well as Park Signalling. In my spare time I love to travel and immerse myself into different languages and cultures.

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