Holmatro Rerailing Experience - NL

Holmatro Rerailing Experience - NL

Discover the Holmatro Rerailing System and visit the HIREX organized in collaboration with ProRail. REGISTER NOW for this FREE full day event in the Netherlands on Wednesday June 13th 2018.

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Years of rerailing experience combined with the most modern technology

For decades rerailing systems have been available and provide excellent assistance for putting derailed railway vehicles back on their track. A lot of rerailing system providers claim to offer the most innovative lightweight system, but user experiences seem to tell us otherwise. Reason enough for Holmatro to study the rerailing process closer in collaboration with the biggest Dutch rail infrastructure management company ProRail. Together we studied the current rerailing systems available in the market and we were able to combine years of rerailing experience with the most modern technology in a single system. The result is revolutionary.

  • Faster, safer and a more controllable rerailing solutions for all types of railway vehicles.
  • Maximum performance with minimum weight; set components are up to 50% lighter than those of similar systems on the market.
  • Independent control valves for synchronized lifting and lowering.
  • Traverse cylinders with equal pushing and pulling capacity for controlled lateral movements.
  • Unique features for extreme safe working.
  • For every rerailing application a suitable solution.

Holmatro Rerailing Experience (HIREX)

Discover the Holmatro Rerailing System yourself and visit the HIREX organized in collaboration with ProRail. 

REGISTER NOW for this FREE full day event on Wednesday June 13th in Arnhem, the Netherlands. For more information, please contact Mr. Elwin van Rijen by sending an email to e.vanrijen@holmatro.com or call +31 (0)162 75 15 00.

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