News

  • 29/
    JUN 2020

    Rail sector joins forces to contribute to sustainable and smart mobility in Europe

    The rail sector urges policy makers to pursue ambitious climate objectives in order to make the EU transport strategy compliant with the EU Green Deal. The forthcoming EU mobility strategy should build on the 2011 Transport White Paper objectives and create a seamless, frictionless single European transport area. CER, EIM and UNIFE are proud to present rail’s pledge (accessible here) to play an ever more important role in implementing the forthcoming strategy, which should help support Europe’s economic and social upturn following the COVID-19 sanitary crisis.

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  • 25/
    JUN 2020

    Declaration of the European Rail Supply Industry on the occasion of the 2020 UNIFE General Assembly

    Through the signature of the Declaration, the Presiding Board of the European Rail Supply Industry Association, wants to raise the awareness of EU and national decision-makers on the crucial importance of our industry for both achieving the European Green Deal objectives and contributing to our continent’s economic recovery.

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  • 25/
    JUN 2020

    Henri Poupart-Lafarge to succeed Sabrina Soussan as UNIFE Chair

    The UNIFE General Assembly, held remotely due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, has elected Henri Poupart-Lafarge, Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer of Alstom, to serve as the new Chair of UNIFE, succeeding Sabrina Soussan, CEO of Siemens Mobility, effective 25 June 2020 for a three-year, non-renewable mandate.

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  • 24/
    MAR 2020

    COVID-19 | Transport keeps us going

    On 11 March 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the COVID-19 a pandemic and governments worldwide have taken wide-ranging measures to contain the spread of the virus. The transport sector has a crucial role to play in the supply of goods, in particular medicines, medical devices, food and other essential commodities needed to overcome this crisis. The transport sector also proves to be a vital instrument in these times where many European citizens are restricted in their mobility.

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  • 18/
    MAR 2020

    COVID-19 UPDATE

    In order to contribute to the collective effort to limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus and to ensure maximum safety, UNIFE has taken multiple measures based on the guidelines from the Belgian Government.

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UNIFE Involved

WRMS

  • World Rail Market Study

    The Study is a reference for the rail sector and is regularly referred to as a standard set of data for the rail supply industry.
    Click here to view the executive summary 

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