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PROSE has now opened an office in Norway

We are glad to announce that we have now opened a business unit in Oslo. PROSE’s strategic decision is the response to an increasing demand for our services on the Norwegian market. Our major concern is to be able to guarantee the proximity to our customers. We believe that by being on site in Norway, we can better understand our customers’ local needs and provide them with solutions that fulfil their expectations.

2017 September 18

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PROSE Meeting Point 2017 in Romanshorn

PROSE invited its customers to this year‘s customer day, the PROSE Meeting Point 2017, at Locorama, the Swiss railway museum in Romanshorn. The main subject was modernisation of old vehicles versus procurement of new vehicles. We were pleased to welcome many customers and very happy about the intensive, direct exchange of experiences.

2017 September 7

Apprenticeship Shalini Maheswaran

Success announcement – Our trainee Shalini Maheswaran successfully completed her apprenticeship at PROSE Winterthur.

2017 August 21

The Skytrain starts trials

China's fastest suspended monorail train started trial operation in the city of Qingdao, Shandong Province, at the end of July.

2017 August 10

PROSE redesigns the driver’s cab in the C20 vehicles of the Stockholm Metro

The requirements for a meaningful and healthy workplace design increase - this does not only apply to workplaces in immovable offices, but also to workplaces in rail vehicles.

2017 August 2

Communication is easy. PROSE’s Presentation Maker.

Easy, simple, reliable and accurate – that’s the new PROSE software for corporate communication. Presentation Maker is currently supporting FOSBER Group internal communication for two years and it keeps growing with important updates.

2017 July 24

PROSE performs an extensive test campaign on behalf of Bombardier

In an extensive test campaign, our engineers test the new long-distance double-deck train unit of the type Twindexx, which has been manufactured by Bombardier. The Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) have ordered 62 trains of this type, which are going to be the backbone of the Swiss long-distance transport.

2017 July 3

We deliver A-Z engineering solutions!

Our customers trust us to deliver total solutions to complex challenges.

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We act in your best interest. We are fast and we deliver on our promises.

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