Battle is joined for the aftersales market

Wolf, Andreas
September 2010
Railway Gazette International;Sep2010, Vol. 166 Issue 9, p196
Trade Publication
This article discusses the growing market of rolling stock maintenance around the world. It highlights the emergence of long-term contracts for servicing and maintenance of rolling stock. However, it expresses concerns over the degree of competition and the tendering procedures in the market. The article highlights opportunities for rolling stock maintenance companies because of the delivery of new trains.


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