RAIL.ONE charts a course for the future at InnoTrans

Using the motto “Quality knows no limits,” the PCM RAIL.ONE Group showcased its entire portfolio of innovative track systems for rail transportation at the Berlin exhibition grounds from September 20 to 23. The Neumarkt-based conglomerate's completely redesigned booth was a popular meeting place at the biggest InnoTrans of all time.

Neumarkt/Berlin, September 27, 2016 – This year's InnoTrans underscored its importance as the leading fair for transportation technology by setting new records: 2,950 exhibitors, almost two-thirds of them traveling from outside Germany, presented their products and services to an interested trade audience. One of the attractions in Hall 26 was the new RAIL.ONE booth, which was adapted to reflect the company’s corporate design. With the help of innovative presentation software and high-quality discussions with representatives of the global subsidiaries, a large number of visitors learned more about products and reference projects in the field of modern rail track systems.

One particular draw at the booth was the full-size model of a hinged turnout sleeper. Developed in partnership with Deutsche Bahn, this innovation allows pre-assembled switch elements to be transported on regular freight cars, thus eliminating the need for costly special shipments by rail. The company intends to have more new products to showcase when InnoTrans opens its doors once again in two years (from September 18 to 21, 2018).


About the PCM RAIL.ONE Group

The PCM RAIL.ONE Group has been manufacturing concrete sleepers and track systems for urban transit and long-distance rail transportation for over 60 years. The technology leader also offers its expertise in the fields of engineering and plant construction. Its customer-driven innovations fulfill the highest quality standards and are installed around the world

The PCM RAIL.ONE Group is comprised of several companies and eleven production facilities with a presence in Germany, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Spain, South Korea, Hungary, Turkey, the United States, and India. It maintains annual capacities of over 5 million track sleepers and 750,000 linear meters of turnout sleepers.