Rejlers wins rail jobs and grows in infrastructure
Rejlers has won several assignments that strengthen the company's position as a technology consultant in the rail sector. The initiative is part of Rejlers’ growth strategy and goal to increase the proportion of assignments that contribute to a sustainable society.
Common to the assignments is to contribute to reduced environmental impact through electrified transport and an improved working environment. The assignments span several technical disciplines within Rejlers.
“We collaborate within Rejlers' different areas of expertise to best meet needs and challenges, which strengthens our ambition to be a comprehensive supplier in sustainable urban and rural development," says Henrik Öhrnell, Head of Division Industry and Infrastructure at Rejlers Sweden.
“An important part of reducing emissions is to expand the railway network and reduce the use of cars with fossil fuels. The transition to a sustainable transport sector requires both competence and innovation, and here we see that Rejlers can contribute a lot," says Jenny Edfast, CEO of Rejlers Sweden.
Rejlers has a strong focus on organic growth and has recruited heavily in the rail sector over the past year, under the leadership of Business Area Manager Anel Bajramovic. The acquisitions of KANtech in Norway and Geosigma in Sweden have further strengthened the company's position in infrastructure. KANtech has specialised expertise in railway technology and major railway projects and Geosigma has leading expertise in rock, hydrogeology, contaminated land and construction.
A quick brief on the recent assignments Rejlers have won in the rail sector:
Diesel-powered passenger train traffic is to be phased out and Rejlers is assisting the Swedish Transport Administration in developing a railway plan, system documentation, building document/specifications and site follow-up.
Post changes Almedal-Borås
Replacement of overhead contact line posts on the approximately 70 km long route between Almedal and Borås in order to enable continued safe electrified train operation on the route. Rejlers' assignment consists of the production of specifications/Building documentation and site follow-up.
Bypass track Välövattnet
The Välövattnet bypass track will allow faster passenger trains to pass slower freight trains, thus helping to increase traffic during the times of day when there is the most traffic on the route. Rejlers is developing building documentation/specifications and site follow-up for the work.
Railway yard lighting Hallsberg
Hallsberg is one of Sweden's largest railway yards and Rejlers has been commissioned to inventory and project new energy efficient lighting, which will improve the working environment in the railway yards and reduce energy consumption.
Framework Agreement Specialists in railway traffic management system
Rejlers has received framework agreements in 15 categories regarding Specialists, Traffic Management Systems. Sub-ordering can be made both by sub-orders via ranking and by renewed competition.
For further information please contact:
Henrik Öhrnell, Head of Division Industry and Infrastructure, +46 72 213 11 70, email@example.com
Jenny Edfast, CEO Rejlers Sweden, +46 70 649 64 13, firstname.lastname@example.org
Malin Sparf Rydberg, Director Communications, +46 70 477 17 00, email@example.com
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