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Boost for Frazer-Nash’s rail team

Frazer-Nash Consultancy has bolstered its growing rail group.

Trevor Morgan (Above right) joins the company as rolling stock business manager and Ashley Stower (Above left) has been appointed as rail infrastructure business manager.

Together they have a combined experience of 60 years in the rail industry.

Trevor will support the company’s delivery of engineering solutions to train manufacturers, operators, owners and equipment suppliers.

Meanwhile Ashley, who has held previous business management roles with Network Rail, GB Railfreight, EWS and Railtrack, will help Frazer-Nash’s existing clients, develop new business opportunities and manage risk and operational costs.

Rail business manager Tim Myall said: “Trevor’s extensive rolling stock experience is the perfect complement to our existing skill set in this area, and will allow us to grow and develop the service we deliver to the rolling stock community.”

He added: “With a wealth of expertise in business development and account management, Ashley is well-placed to help us build on our engineering consultancy support to multi-million pound rail infrastructure projects, including the implementation of the digital railway, European rail traffic management system and rail network electrification.”


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