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Serbian Railways - Articles and news items

Russian Railways subsidiary signs contract to develop rail in Serbia

Rail industry news / 28 October 2015 /

Russian Railways subsidiary RZD International LLC, has signed a memorandum of strategic partnership with JSC Infrastructure Railways of Serbia on continuing to develop the country’s rail industry.

Companies invited to join new ‘Innovation Alliance’ at Rail Investment South East Europe

Rail industry news / 4 November 2014 /

A new ‘innovation alliance’ was tabled at European Railway Review’s latest Rail Investment South East Europe conference. The alliance is aimed at bringing together companies wishing to drive forward innovation in all areas of rail across South East Europe…

Flooding in Serbia causes catastrophic railway infrastructure damage

Issue 4 2014 / 5 August 2014 /

Due to the catastrophic floods which hit Serbia in late-May 2014, the country’s railway infrastructure suffered huge damages estimated to be in the region of millions of Euros – the consequences of this devastating act of nature on Serbian railway lines will remain for an extended period of time…

Serbian Railways: Campaign for Help: Flooding in Serbia causes catastrophic railway infrastructure damage

Rail industry news / 23 July 2014 /

Due to the catastrophic floods which hit Serbia in late-May 2014, the country’s railway infrastructure suffered huge damages estimated to be in the region of millions of Euros…

Stadler flirting in Serbia

Rail industry news / 4 March 2013 /

Serbian Railways has ordered 21 electric FLIRTs from Stadler Rail for commuter rail services in the Belgrade region…

The rail freight situation in Serbia

Issue 1 2007, Past issues / 6 February 2007 /

After a long period of time characterised by the lack of major investments in railway infrastructure, particularly in rolling stock, Serbian Railways has made serious steps towards the creation of a solid basis for working conditions. This was an important precondition for the fulfillment of permanently growing requests for freight services. These activities have specifically been emphasised over the last two years.

The beginning of the renaissance

Issue 3 2006, Past issues / 31 May 2006 /

Today, Serbian Railways cover the entire railway network in Serbia, and with approximately 22,000 employees and all available capacities, it is the biggest railway enterprise in the Balkans and one of the biggest in this part of Europe.

 

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