National railway networks

Our expertise, 100-year track record of success, wide-ranging services in rail transport, ability to provide specific solutions for specific client requirements, drive to innovate, and local presence in the markets we serve have made ETF the choice, long-term partner for clients in the public and private sectors.

 

Urban transport networks

From feasibility studies to infrastructure maintenance, ETF is constantly refining its work methods to overcome nuisances associated with planning and development in busy urban settings. Our know-how and meticulous implementation methods minimize construction-related disruption for people who live or work near our worksites.

 

Industrial Railway sidings

ETF provides public- and private-sector clients with design, construction, and maintenance services for ground-level and elevated rail lines. Whatever their sector of activity, our clients can rely on ETF for a full range of rail-related services that ease the task of managing rail infrastructure.

Overhead contact lines and power supply

ETF oversees the process as a whole (from studies to implementation), including the development of substations to generate power for rolling stock and redevelopment of existing equipment. ETF clients can rely on our extensive expertise in railway construction, urban transport systems, and related power generation.

 

Railway safety

ETF Services oversees railway safety. As part of complex construction and maintenance projects, it ensures perfect coordination with respect to service trains travelling on the track, equipment, and manpower at worksites. ETF Services also provides railway equipment traction services to ETF and delivery by rail of materials to worksites.

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