Strukton Rail stops track construction activities in Germany

22 December 2014

Strukton Rail has decided to stop its small-scale track construction and renewal activities in Germany. The German market for track construction and renewal offers insufficient prospects for the company. Strukton Rail has been active in the German track construction and renewal market since 2007, when it acquired Georg Reisse GmbH. Strukton Rail is also active in the German market of railway asset management (particularly measuring and monitoring). Germany remains an interesting market for Strukton Rail for that market and for its other specialist activities including traction systems, highly mechanical track construction and energy solutions.

Strukton Rail’s turnover in the field of small-scale track construction and renewal activities in Germany amounted to ca. EUR 12.5 million in 2014, involving around 70 staff members.
Strukton Rail has offices in the Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark, Belgium, Italy and Australia, and delivers products and services in various other countries in addition.

About Strukton Rail

Strukton supports clients in the rail systems, civil infrastructure and technique & buildings sectors by implementing a range of specialist methods and solutions. Besides serving clients in the Netherlands and Europe, Strukton offers an increasing number of specialist services on the global market. The company has some 7,000 employees and an annual revenue of EUR 1.6 billion.

Strukton Rail is a subsidiary of Strukton. Its 3,500 employees develop, construct, install and maintain rail systems, with the goal of making railways optimally accessible, reliable, safe and measurable.