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RSRG offers a fitting solution for each of their customers' challenges

The Rhomberg Sersa Rail Group has been supporting its customers for decades in providing safe, sustainable, and attractive railway operations. The company can draw on extensive experience from international deployment of cutting-edge track construction and maintenance machines, as well as reliable execution of railway projects. The focused exchange with the customers regarding their individual challenges and the concrete contribution of specific products is also important. Indeed, innovative products, consistently oriented towards the benefit for the railwaiy system, are crucial. And it is precisely there that Rhomberg Sersa Rail Group has.


The decentralised structure of the Rhomberg Sersa Rail Group is a significant advantage for the customers. The rail technology specialist establishes the distribution of its own products in close proximity to its customers or the problems which are to be solved. At the same time, the RSRG strengthens teams within the group that have outstanding product knowledge to ensure the substructure crucial for customer success and benefit-oriented further development.


In close cooperation with all parties involved, the company currently primarily focuses on the market launch of already tested solutions for

  • modern track construction using the innovative, superimposed IVES slab track with fast installation, long lifespan, and simplest maintainability.
  • efficient maintenance of existing wooden sleeper tracks using the SLS - Second-Life-System for effectively extending the lifespan by five to ten years.
  • digitalisation, inspection, and diagnostics of railway infrastructure using the newly developed Rail Asset Hub, which correlates measurement and condition data in an integrated dashboard and enables intelligent decisions regarding the maintenance and operation of the infrastructure.
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