Xrail Group Wins First Signalling Installation Contract on Mainland Europe

London, UK – Xrail Group, a leading railway engineering and construction company, is proud to announce that it has won its first signalling installation contract on mainland Europe, through its subsidiary Xrail Iberia. The contract was awarded by Siemens of Spain and involves the installation of signalling systems on the Orduña project, on the line between Bilbao and Zaragoza, working between Amurrio, Orduña and Artomaña stations.

The Orduña project is a key rail infrastructure project in Spain, aimed at improving the efficiency and safety of rail transport. XRail Group’s expertise in railway signalling and its proven track record of delivering successful projects made it the ideal partner for Siemens of Spain on this project. Xrail have successfully provided maintenance services for Siemens on the Haramain High Speed Line between Mecca and Madinah in Saudi Arabia and on the MALE High Speed Line between Madrid and Valencia in Spain for a number of years. Xrail’s reputation for collaborative working, successful delivery and the provision of cost-effective services makes it the perfect delivery partner for Siemens.

“We are thrilled to have won this contract, which is a major milestone for Xrail Group,” said Munir Patel, CEO of Xrail Group. “This is a testament to our team’s hard work and dedication to delivering high-quality projects that meet the needs of our clients. We are honoured to be working with Siemens of Spain on this important project, which will have a significant impact on the rail infrastructure in Spain.”

The installation of signalling systems is a critical component of any rail infrastructure project, as it ensures the safe and efficient movement of trains. Xrail Group’s team of experts will work closely with Siemens of Spain to install and test the signalling systems on the Orduña project, ensuring that they meet the highest standards of safety and reliability.

The contract marks a significant milestone for Xrail Group, which has been steadily expanding its operations across Europe. The company has a strong reputation for delivering high-quality rail
infrastructure projects, and this contract win is testament to its expertise and capabilities in the field.

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