Company Overview of Invensys Rail Limited
Invensys Rail Limited designs, manufactures, supplies, installs, commissions, and maintains railway control and communication solutions internationally. It offers mainline solutions, such as European rail traffic management systems, modular signaling technology solutions, positive train control solutions, SSI and electronic interlockings, control centers and traffic management solutions, and trackside equipment. The company also provides mass transit solutions, such as communication based train control solutions; distance-to-go radio solutions; automatic train protection and automatic train operation solutions; automatic train supervision and integrated supervisory control systems; and track...
Chippenham, SN15 1GE
Founded in 2001
44 1249 441441
44 1249 441 026
Key Executives for Invensys Rail Limited
Vice President of Finance
Chief Executive of Invensys Plc
Business Unit President of South Europe
President of Invensys Rail - North America
President of Asia Pacific business unit
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Invensys Rail Limited Key Developments
Invensys Rail Announces Audited Earnings Results for Year Ended March 31, 2013
May 16 13
Invensys Rail announced audited earnings results for year ended March 31, 2013. For the period, the company reported revenue of £757 million, operating profit of £125 million and operating cash flow of £108 million against revenue of £775 million, operating profit of £116 million and operating cash flow of £35 million a year ago. Revenue in the period was down with good growth in products sales in North America offset by a further reduction in Spain due to government austerity measures and the expected delays in mobilization on some of the large new market contracts won last year.
Invensys Rail Limited Wins £115 Million Power Supply Upgrade Project
Mar 15 13
Invensys Rail Limited announced that it has been awarded a contract by ABB in support of Network Rail’s £115 million Power Supply Upgrade Project on the West Coast Main Line. Covering Phase 3B of the overall programme, the scope of the contract awarded to Invensys includes the design, supply and factory testing of Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Remote Terminal Units (RTUs) for 11 of the enhancement project’s new containerised traction substations. The RTUs represent the next generation of automation techniques and utilise the new IEC61850 technology, which promises interoperability between equipment from different suppliers. Drawing on communications-based, network-coupled technology rather than the hard-wired I/O technology previously used, the RTUs reduce both the time and cost of substation delivery. Work on the SCADA element of the overall Power Supply Upgrade Project is already underway and is scheduled for completion in December 2014.
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