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Wabtec’s Faiveley acquisition creates top product, service provider

Posted on October 10, 2017

Wabtec.
Wabtec.

Wabtec Corp.’s recent acquisition of Faiveley Transport creates one of the world’s leading providers of products and services for the passenger transit and freight rail industries.

Through its subsidiaries, the company provides highly engineered products — from braking equipment to electronics to HVAC systems to doors — that can be found on virtually every passenger railcar, freight car, bus, and locomotive in North America and in more than 100 countries.

The company also offers an array of aftermarket services, and builds high-efficiency locomotives for commuter applications.

The Wabtec 1,600-square-foot exhibit will include: Bach Simpson, Barber Spring, Faiveley Transport, Microphor, Mors Smitt, MotivePower, Railroad Friction Products Corp., Ricon, Swiger Coil, TransTech, Turbonetics, Vapor Bus, Vapor Stone Rail Systems, Unitrac, Longwood, Wabtec Passenger Transit, Wabtec Railway Electronics, Track IQ, Railroad Controls, Wabtec Rubber Products, Metalochucho, Longwood, and Durox.

Visit Wabtec at the APTA Expo at Booth #8534

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