The Specialist Buyers Guide for Rail Supplies and Services
Unipart Rail is a supply partner to some of the world’s best-known names. We offer solutions from a portfolio of skills, delivered by over 800 expert practitioners in their fields. Unipart Rail craft unique services that dovetail perfectly with our customers.
As part of the Unipart Group, with a turnover of £750 million, Unipart Rail support a large number of clients from blue chip companies to specialist suppliers.
As Unipart Rail have a strong set of principles that underpin our business – covering safety, corporate responsibility, employee engagement, and our unique Unipart Way, you can be confident that you are partnering with a business that has an ethical approach to serving the world’s railways.
When our customers need the best, they come to the best – Unipart Rail. And with expertise across both Infrastructure and Traction & Rolling Stock we have a holistic approach to the railway.
Unipart Rail has 10 products.
A new solution for the safe distribution of power to railway signalling and control systems.
Supplying power into the infrastructure is a complicated activity and it requires a strong understanding of the industry requirements to do it expertly.
Aqueous Rail Guard is a top performing, innovative ceramic clear-coat that is designed to protect under the harshest of conditions. Trains spend less time in the spray booth, and more time on the tracks.
The Unipart Rail TrackPan system is designed and engineered to protect the environment from contamination caused by spillage and leaks on the rail network. Compared with traditional steel and concrete applications TrackPan provides an inexpensive and flexible alternative.
Materials Control Solution for Infrastructure Materials
Track and Trace is the general principle that underpins many distribution networks. It means that an item can be quickly found within a complicated system.
Offers a cost effective complete solution for remotely monitoring the condition and performance of train doors whilst in operation.
Remote Condition Monitoring systems and products
Remote Condition Monitoring (RCM) technology systems are becoming increasingly important for train operators as an effective means of understanding the performance of products during service operation.