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Rail Alliance prepares for Infrarail

With only a few weeks to go before Infrarail 2012 at the NEC (1-3 May 2012), the Rail Alliance is putting the final touches to its boulevard-style exhibition space.

So far, we have allocated 130+ square metres to the following members: ArcGen, Bernstein, Coe, Coffey Construction, Flexicon, Nightsearcher, Sapa Profiles, Wireless CCTV, Wor Rail/Wor Lifts, York EMC Services with more to come!

Visitors to Infrarail can find out more about the Rail Alliance by visiting our stand. Better still during the early evening of 2 May 2012 on the middle day of the show, the Rail Alliance will be hosting a networking event for Rail SMEs at the NEC. More information on this event will be published in the April edition of RailStaff.

Rail Alliance Liaison Manager, Neil Stevens gives a brief introduction to exhibitors:

ArcGen is a leading manufacturer and distributor of a range of on-site equipment through their brands, ArcGen Hilta, SMC, Alcon Pumps and TW Pressure Washers. With bases in the West Midlands, Lincolnshire and Scotland they supply lighting towers, generators, water pumps and pressure washers.

Bernstein is a worldwide manufacturer of safety switches, sensors and enclosures. Bernstein has a wealth of technical expertise accumulated over many years developing products that achieve optimum performance. Bernstein’s Aldridge-based warehouse allows them to hold a comprehensive stock, ensuring next day UK delivery on standard products.

COE Limited, established in 1989, has provided high quality CCTV video surveillance equipment for over 20 years. With a comprehensive range of products, COE is responsible for faultless video surveillance, transmission and management at over 10,000 locations, including some of the most complex high profile sites in the world.

COE’s technologies may be used in establishing IP networks, analogue networks, hybrid network solutions and also to facilitate incremental network migration from analogue to digital.

Coffey Construction is the construction arm of the Coffey Group which operates throughout the Republic of Ireland and United Kingdom. Coffey Construction is involved in all aspects of Civil Engineering from Infrastructure Projects to Rail Projects and is one of the largest civil engineering and public works contractors in Ireland.

Coffey Construction carries out a wide range of contracts covering earthworks, substructures, roads and drainage, bridges, surface and underground car parks, external works and infrastructure for clients in both commercial and public sectors.

Flexicon will be showing many new products, demonstrating a powerful commitment to innovation. Flexicon designs and manufactures cable management products and can now boast over 47 different conduit systems to choose from. Flexicon has experienced major growth in both home and overseas markets. The company continues to operate as an independently-owned family business.

NightSearcher In 1989 Colin Howard, managing director, began manufacturing NightSearcher products, designing and specialising rechargeable lighting solutions specifically for the Police, Fire Services and industrial markets.

Nightsearcher has an in-house research and design department which allows them to fully develop lighting products to suit any application. Currently, Nightsearcher makes the most powerful portable LED floodlight in the world. It completely replaces inefficient halogen-based lights operating off generators thereby eliminating heat, weight, emissions, fuel, trailing cables.

SAPA Profiles is a leading producer of extruded aluminium profiles. Design solutions featuring aluminium profiles are used in virtually all industries. Sapa’s profiles replace other materials and design methods. Aluminium can be a substitute for steel, copper, plastic or wood. Extrusion can replace costly techniques, such as forging and injection moulding.

Sapa Profiles has extensive operations for the processing and finishing of profiles through the following: cutting, bending, CNC processing, hydroforming, fusion welding, friction stir welding, anodising, painting.

Wireless CCTV (WCCTV) provides rapidly deployable, portable CCTV and surveillance systems. The systems operate over wireless technologies including 3G, LTE and CDMA mobile phone as well as via satellite, WiFi networks and broadband technologies.

This makes the systems ideal for redeployable solutions in temporary, mobile or semi-permanent situations. WCCTV wireless security systems have been developed in conjunction with integrators, government agencies, transportation, rail and utility companies, police forces, retail, housing, construction and commercial organisations.

Worlifts, established in 1976, has over 35 years of lifting equipment related trading expertise spanning all sectors of industry. Worlifts is dedicated to being your ‘Single Source Solution’ for all your mechanical lifting equipment, hydraulic lifting equipment, material handling equipment and LOLER thorough examination requirements. Worlifts has grown to become a UK leading independent supplier of lifting equipment related products and services that meet with all current LOLER & PUWER regulations.

York EMC Services can help you with CE Marking: York EMC provides guidance for your Declaration of Conformity & Technical Documentation UKAS-accredited EMC & electrical safety (LVD) testing and Notified Body Assessments.

Training & CPD:

York EMC Services has a 25-year track record of delivering continuing professional development with a range of scheduled and ready-to-run courses and workshops, from one to five days’ duration. Additionally, York EMC Services can provide bespoke courses selected from their extensive portfolio … or design and use material especially developed for your requirements.

The Rail Alliance wishes all readers preparing for Infrarail (whether they be exhibitors or visitors) a successful exhibition and we look forward to seeing as many of you as possible at our Networking Event on 2 May at the NEC.

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