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Jernhusen’s lighting success at Västerås

10 May 2017  •  Author(s): Michael Rönnefjäll, Jernhusen’s Infrastructure Manager

Jernhusen owns, develops and manages properties, stations, depots and other buildings attached to the railway network in Sweden. But the government-run organisation is about much more than buildings. Jernhusen aims to make it easier to use public transport and to transport goods by rail. It also focusses on creating new life in station areas so that more people can live, work and make easy use of public transport. European Railway Review interviewed Michael Rönnefjäll, Jernhusen’s Infrastructure Manager, to find out more. 

Jernhusen’s lighting success at Västerås

Since its inception in 2001, Jernhusen has invested over 12 billion SEK in projects both large and small to improve infrastructure. Today, Jernhusen has approximately 180 employees and is owned by the Swedish state.

At around the same time, lighting specialist Tivalux launched a new product on the Swedish market from Holophane for rail yard and platform lighting called DSX D-Series and Jernhusen invested in these products to change the lighting in their Västerås marshalling yard.

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