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Person to Person for TXM Plant

TXM Plant is supporting the Rail Person of the Year award at the RailStaff Awards.

Headquartered in Milton Keynes, TXM Plant is a leading provider of plant solutions to the rail industry. With over 25 years of experience and eight depots nationwide, TXM Plant delivers exceptional local service to all customers.

The initials are taken from the moral imperative: ‘Whoever compels you to go one mile with him, go with him two miles.’ The team at TXM is always ready to do just that go – The Xtra Mile for you and your team.

Says Tom O’Connor, managing director, Rail Media, ‘The idea of doing that little bit extra is a regular phenomena of the railway industry. Winners of this award exemplify the extra mile phenomenon. TXM Plant is right on the money adopting this as a core value, and I would like to thank them for backing this award.’

TXM Plant is a strong believer in building safety, health and environmental practices which ensure its workforce and all people it works with get home safely every night. TXM Plant ensures mobile plant operators and staff get everything they need to be safe, compliant and professional in their work.

TXM Plant takes corporate social responsibility (CSR) seriously and is committed to advancing policies and systems that address all aspects of CSR relevant to the business. These include ethical procurement, concern for employee health and safety, care for the environment and community involvement.

This category always attracts many entries. Says RailStaff editor Andy Milne, ‘Rail Person of the Year affirms the importance of the individual in a vast and increasingly complex industry.

‘The railway sports its share of characters and eccentrics from boardroom to booking-on point, but the innate heroism of so many rail staff is never in doubt. The aim of the RailStaff Awards is to shine a light on the many acts of bravery and generosity that make this an industry like no other. At the top of its game, TXM Plant is well positioned to power up that light.’

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