EN 15085-2 certification
Our offices in Winterthur and Munich have been recertified as in line with the EN 15085-2 Welding of Railway Vehicles. This certification demonstrates the manufacturer’s welding quality in the production of railway vehicles and components.
Such certification is valid more than ever in today’s industry – where the needs of our customers as well as those of society in general are constantly changing and evolving. The only constant is the need and expectation for a high level of safety – which can only be guaranteed through a high level of quality.
When it comes to welding and joining, the need for such standards is of utmost importance, as these processes require further special attention. Such standards can guarantee that the fundamental technical welding requirements are observed by manufacturing companies.
Both PROSE sites have passed the audits unconditionally and are now allowed, in addition to the design of welding assemblies of class CL1 according to EN 15085, also to trade with such assemblies. This is not only a result of PROSE’s excellent expertise, but also of our great commitment of our experts in delivering the right high-quality solution.
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PROSE works on behalf of BMVI on Innovative Freight Car project
PROSE is working on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Transport (BMVI) on the noise and energy consumption measurements of the “Innovative Freight Car” project.
This project is one of BMVI's measures to reduce rail traffic noise by 2020. The "Innovative Freight Car" project aims at investigating possibilities of migration towards noise reduction and more energy efficient technologies in freight wagons.
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Togprat 2018: Modernisation vs. New Procurement
Modernisation and new procurement – still a highly topical dilemma in today’s rolling stock industry. PROSE organised the Togprat (Train Talk) business seminar in its new Oslo office facility this March. We had the opportunity to introduce PROSE to the Norwegian market and create a forum where rolling stock businesses can meet, share experiences and know-how and inspire a more progressive business development in the Norwegian market.