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Maintaining MATISA’s high level of quality

6 August 2014  •  Author: Matisa

MATISA Materiel Industriel SA believes that success comes with responsibility. Supplying the rail industry with mechanised track construction and maintenance machinery of various size and sort for nearly 70 years, these complex machines require an enthusiastic and committed maintenance team.

Roger Grossniklaus, MATISA’s new Marketing and Sales Director

Roger Grossniklaus, MATISA’s new Marketing and Sales Director

It is a fact that our track plants have developed dramatically over the years and high-tech equipment is now often fitted as standard. Whilst MATISA machines come with the latest computing systems in order to guide, assist and operate our various Tampers, Regulators, Track renewal trains, Measuring vehicles etc., our clients or end-users of these machines will need specific training and assistance in order to meet the market’s ever-increasing need of accuracy and output. It is our aim to maintain the high level of quality our products have demonstrated over the last decades and our engineers are dedicated to keep that reputation of Swiss quality high.

Quality for MATISA means economic, sustainable, maintainable, user-friendly and environmentally-friendly builds to enable a long-lasting and safe track network. It is very important to MATISA to meet these current targets as taking responsibility for the future of our world and industry will lead the industry to success.

A sober yet qualitative presence at InnoTrans is MATISA’s motto. With a large range of products like ours and the size of the machines, it is always heart-breaking to select the products to be displayed. This year, MATISA will welcome its visitors to our re-designed stand (Hall 26, Booth 212) where our team of Area and product Managers will guide them through the various rail possibilities, adapted to their specific needs, and favour contact and networking over a nice Swiss atmosphere.

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