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Meet the Frazer-Nash rail team at Railtex 2021 in September

11/08/2021
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Frazer-Nash’s rail experts will be at Railtex 2021, to showcase how the company’s knowledge, skills and experience can help to solve attendees' challenging issues.

Frazer-Nash’s rail experts will be at Railtex 2021, to discuss with attendees how the company’s knowledge, skills and experience can help to solve their challenging issues.

Taking place from 7 to 9 September in Halls 11 and 12 of Birmingham’s NEC, the 15th International Exhibition of Railway Equipment, Systems & Services (Railtex), which is co-located with Infrarail, will showcase the services and products offered to serve all aspects of the infrastructure and rolling stock sectors.

Rail Business Manager, Ashley Stower, said:

“Come and meet us at Stand 11 in Hall 11 of the NEC at Railtex 2021. We have a great reputation for delivering innovative answers to complex problems. Talk to us about your biggest challenge – whether that’s ensuring the safety of ageing equipment and systems, managing complex engineering change programmes, minimising risk, maximising efficiency and performance, or reducing costs – we can help you to find a solution.

“As well as providing safety deliverables that allow you to demonstrate compliance with the Common Safety Method for Risk Evaluation and Assessment (CSM RA), we can support you to ‘stress test’ your organisation’s contingency plans and resilience to real world events. We can help you to harness the benefits that new technologies offer too, using our unique depot modelling software to comprehensively simulate depot activities and their interdependencies, identifying bottlenecks and areas of over-capacity; or demonstrating how robotics and automation can be used to improve your rail operations’ efficiency.

“We’d also love to tell you more about our award-winning REPAIR project, with the University of Hull’s Logistics Institute, which is developing a set of predictive tools to enable freight train planners to understand how delays propagate across the rail network, and to help them mitigate the impact of current and future network delays on their services.”