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Busy days at Rail Live

Busy days at Rail Live

Good weather prevailed for the two-day event


Tags: iLS Improved Performance Increased Safety Infrastructure Value - Innovation LED Technology Material Supply Plug and Play Service Centre Signalling Unipart Dorman


If you were at Rail Live 2014, then you'll share our excitement at this brilliant new addition to the rail calendar.


The event was massive, and because it was a technology event rather than an 'exhibition', many of the displays were hands-on and interactive.  On our stand, we had the new OLE aluminium Cantilever which is set to revolutionise installation, as well as information about our assembly services for OLE.  We also had a display of Arc protective hi-vis clothing, which is an additional layer of safety for electrification workers.


Our complete Level Crossing service was also illustrated with a three-bay Location Case, WigWag and barrier pedastal & boom, and the Location Case also used our Plug & Play systems powered our Unipart Dorman Lightweight LED signals, which continue to be specified and installed right across the network.


The next Rail Live will be in 2016 - and we look forward to a bigger and even more exciting event.  And we hope for more fine weather!




About this author
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!

Comments
22 June 2014 David Kierton says:

I concur with Dave's comments . Rail Live 2014 was an exceptional event and the organisers should be encouraged with the level of interest shown throughout the Site and not just on our Stand . The Network Rail Senior presentations on Thursday were very informative too. We'll done to All !

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