Hans-Jürgen Jabs joins the Advisory Board of RAIL.ONE GmbH on 1 January 2007

New Member of the Advisory Board:

Neumarkt , Germany, 3 January 2007 – Effective on 1 January 2007, RAIL.ONE GmbH has appointed Hans-Jürgen Jabs (59) as a new member of the Advisory Board of the company. After earlier assignments with Reynolds Aluminium and TRW Pleuger Unterwasserpumpen GmbH (manufacturers of underwater pumps), both with central offices in Hamburg, Mr. Jabs was named General Manager for Business Activities and Director of Human Resources of ALSTOM LHB GmbH in Salzgitter, Germany. In these positions, Hans-Jürgen Jabs was responsible for activities in the areas of strategy and planning, finances and controlling, IT, as well as human resources and law. In addition, he was Managing Director of the subsidiary Scharfenberkupplungen GmbH (coupling systems). From 1995 to 2005 Mr. Jabs further served as Chairman of the Board of ALSTOM LHB GmbH. He moreover became a member of the Board of Management of German ALSTOM Holding and, as Senior Vice President of ALSTOM Transport in Paris, held regional responsibility for Germany, Austria, Scandinavia, and Poland.

 

CEO and spokesperson Richard Ziegler said, “We are most pleased to make such a top-notch appointment to our Advisory Board. RAIL.ONE will certainly profit from the long experience of Hans-Jürgen Jabs in the expansion of its business activities.” 


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.