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Scheidt & Bachmann has been awarded a Contract by KEOLIS Germany to deliver a new Ticketing System

6 September 2013  •  Author: Scheidt & Bachmann GmbH

KEOLIS Germany has enhanced its sales system with a modern ticketing solution from Scheidt & Bachmann. The delivery includes a central back-end system managing all transactions, on-board and stationary ticket vending machines, and mobile terminals. The new system comes into operation within the KEOLIS Germany network during December 2013.

The modern ticket vending machines accept all popular payment methods including coins, bank notes and cashless payments. With an easy to use touch-screen display, the machines offer simple and convenient ticket purchases – on board as well as at a station. Accessibility for all is assured because the machines conform to TSI PRM standards.

KEOLIS Germany is the largest private provider of public rail transportation in North Rhine-Westphalia and operates three networks in North Rhine-Westphalia and North Hessen under the name “eurobahn”. With over 350 employees, including more than 200 train drivers and train crew, the company carries more than 70,000 travellers every day.

“We are looking forward to our new relationship with KEOLIS Germany and we are proud that our innovative ticketing solution convinced the private operator”, says Stefan Brings, Sales Director at Scheidt & Bachmann.

For over 35 years Scheidt & Bachmann has been one of the world leaders in developing and delivering complex fare management systems. As a highly-experienced partner to providers of public transport services, the company brings both its many years of experience and its eye on future trends and requirements in the fare management sector to the industry.

Scheidt & Bachmann GmbH

Since it was founded in 1872 Scheidt & Bachmann from Mönchengladbach has grown to be a renowned global player. The international systems provider is one of the world’s market leaders in innovative systems solutions for mobile living.

Scheidt & Bachmann is made up of four business areas:

  • Parking and leisure centre systems
  • Signalling systems
  • Fare collection systems
  • Petrol station systems

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