ON THE RAILS OF SUCCESS!
From technical input on infrastructure design and development to the organization and management of maintenance programs, our engineering department is on hand to respond to all your demands relating to railway tools and infrastructures.
CAPTRAIN France manages and maintains its own network between Creutzwald and Carling
CAPTRAIN France will support all your creation, modernization or optimization projects for your railway facilities. Our teams work closely with clients all the way from preliminary project study through to delivery, thus ensuring that the final outcome is totally safe, efficient and smooth-running. We are at your side every step of the way, providing valuable support and key advice: Drafting of the Safety Management System (in compliance with French “Décret” no. 2017 439) / Logistic studies for industrial sites / Layout plans / Design of installations, project studies and interfaces / Administrative support / Drafting of specifications and tender requirements / Management of tender processes / Worksite organisation and phasing / Worksite monitoring and sub-contractor supervision / Control and acceptance of work / User and operator training in collaboration with our training centre.
Our key strengths
CAPTRAIN France offers wide-ranging end-to-end expertise to meet all your maintenance needs for the rail networks located on your industrial sites.
Infrastructure auditing in line with legislation in force
Geometric control of tracks by means of electronic indicator buggies
Definition of work to be performed, taking full account of the client’s operational and financial constraints
Drafting of specifications and tender requirements
Help in choosing sub-contractors
Maintenance plan drafting and monitoring
On-site supervision of work in progress and final acceptance
Operational incident analysis
Performance of post-derailment enquiries
CAPTRAIN France performed a full-scale overhaul (rails, sleepers, ballast) of some 400 m of track between La Houve and Carling. Completed in just three weeks in 2018, the work caused no disruption whatsoever to the traffic flows of our industrial clients on this strategic rail link in Eastern France.