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RAIL.ONE implements new corporate structure

31 July 2015  •  Author: RAIL.ONE GmbH

The corporate reorganisation of RAIL.ONE GmbH – international sleeper manufacturer and systems provider of innovative railway track systems – has reached a new milestone.

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RAIL.ONE depends on entrepreneurial adaptability to be sustainably successful in its core business. With the target of adapting the group even more successfully to customer orientation, growth and innovative strengths, the company has implemented a new organisational structure. The German Division has been separated into two entities which will take effect on 1 August 2015.

The company RAIL.ONE GmbH is today responsible for the German market, at the same time also the entrepreneurial and technological homeland of the corporate group. Under direction of Verena Moosburger, focus here is clearly on fine-tuned customer orientation:

“Consistent orientation of our activities toward the needs of our customers, as well as an open-minded and closely-knit cooperative culture with a focus on future-proof technological developments, are essential elements for our sustainable success in Germany.”

All international activities, business development, central holding functions, and group-wide management of technologies and innovations will be the responsibility of the company PCM RAIL.ONE AG, under direction of Jochen Riepl. Here as well, there is a high mood of excitement and a fresh start with regard to the further development of the group in its new structure.

“We are confident that this bold move marks our launch into a new phase. Our focus on even further professionalisation of our activities, as well as on closer interlocking of our special skills as a group, will support our position as an internationally valued business partner. With new products and services, we will further convince our customers of our truly unique portfolio,” said Jochen Riepl, CEO of PCM RAIL.ONE AG.

Despite organisational and legal separation, both corporate entities will operate under the same roof at group headquarters in Neumarkt, Germany. In December of 2015, both companies will relocate to their new offices in Neumarkt’s new signature complex ‘NeuerMarkt’. On more than 2,000m2 of future-oriented office space, the group will be hard at work on realisation of their ambitious goals.

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