ATOC Signs £80m Contract

May 2002
Logistics & Transport Focus;May2002, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p9
Trade Publication
SchlumbergerSema, a business segment of Schlumberger Limited, and the Association of Train Operating Companies have signed an agreement for the final phase of a contract to design, build and operate the rail settlement system in Great Britain. The rail settlement system is currently one of the world's largest and most complex settlement systems, and is even larger than any of the settlement systems used by global airlines. The system to be designed by SchlumbergerSema will be capable of handling and allocating more than 3.5 billion pound in annual passenger revenue to Britain's 27 passenger train operators and is expected to be fully operational by April 1, 2003.


Related Articles

  • Touch-screen offices.  // Railway Gazette International;Jan2003, Vol. 159 Issue 1, p47 

    Reports on a contract won by Tribute Ltd. and SchlumbergerSema for the supply of touch-screen railroad ticket office machines in Great Britain. Functions of the machines; Role of the companies in the development of the machines.

  • Lakeland Transport Strategy Paper — Focus October Issue. Reynish, Simon // Logistics & Transport Focus;Nov2002, Vol. 4 Issue 9, p66 

    The Lancashire & Cumbria Branch of the Institute of Logistics and Transport has reiterated its commitment to support and promote all members' interests, projects and ideas without any basis or a preconceived agenda. This re-affirmation came about in response to a published paper on a strategy...

  • Some Logistics Implications of Rail Line Abandonment. Gittings, Gary; Thomchick, Evelyn // Transportation Journal (American Society of Transportation & Log;Summer87, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p16 

    Focuses on the impact of abandonment of unprofitable railroads on the shipping business in the U.S. during 1970s. Selection between modes of transportation; Disadvantages of railroad transportation; Factors affecting the use of rail transportation; Relationship between transport policy and...

  • Manalytics International. Coates, J. Douglass // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867);1/10/2005 Supp Bottleneck, p123 

    Focuses on the pressures faced by the U.S. transportation and logistics industry in 2004. Delay of ships in ports on the West Coast; Problems experienced by railroads; Essential factor for the initiation of changes in the industry in 2005.

  • LENNON goes live.  // Rail Business Intelligence;9/4/2003, Issue 205, p2 

    Announces the completion of the development and implementation of the Latest Earnings Networked Nationally Over Night (LENNON), a revenue-allocation system by SchlumbergerSema on August 27, 2003. Details of the system which operates for Rail Settlement Plan (RSP) Ltd.; Comment from Antony Lain,...

  • New guidelines on cyber-cheating.  // Management Services;Jun2002, Vol. 46 Issue 6, p4 

    This article reports that the Association of Community-Rail Partnerships has launched a new service for parish and town councils in England with the start of 2002. It is called the 'Parish Platforms and is an advice and information service on railroad issues targeted at parish and town councils....

  • From the Chairman Harry Downes.  // Management Services;Apr2002, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p34 

    This article focuses on the difference between the privatized and the nationalized rail systems of several countries in Europe. If the theory behind rail privatization in the mid-1990s was correct, the railroads system of Great Britain should now, as of 2000, be considerably better at meeting...

  • "Turn your back on backpain" European week for safety and health 2000.  // Management Services;Mar2000, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p3 

    Reports that the Strategic Rail Working Party of the Institute of Logistics and Transport is continuing work on its report, as of August 2002, on the future of the rail industry in Great Britain.

  • Letter to the editor. Tyler, Geoff // Management Services;Mar2000, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p39 

    This article reports that the Vauxhall Motors company, in another environmental-related initiative, is returning to the railroads for the delivery of the Astras to Europe. The first shipment, destined for customers in Germany, is part of a long-term feasibility study which looks at ways the...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics