Alstom opens online marketplace for mobility sector

Posted on March 20, 2019

StationOne is open to products and services from all vendors of the railway sector.
StationOne is open to products and services from all vendors of the railway sector.

StationOne, Alstom’s autonomous online marketplace dedicated to the railway sector, is officially open to all buyers. Announced at InnoTrans in September 2018, the marketplace is now live with a large and growing panel of registered manufacturers of parts and components from the international market.

StationOne connects professionals in the railway industry and is designed as an efficient way to both promote and access the broadest possible range of mobility-related products and services. It offers parts and commodities for mobility, with a specialization in all areas of the rail sector, including trains, infrastructure, depots, and stations. Unique in the railway sector, SationOne reinforces Alstom’s positioning in a rapidly digitalizing industry.

StationOne aims at supporting operators, whatever the origin of their fleets. It operates in a dedicated and separate environment that ensures complete neutrality regarding its listed products and services and total confidentiality via state-of-the-art data security.

StationOne is open to products and services from all vendors of the railway sector.

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