Revenga Türkiye, the Turkish practice of Grupo Revenga (GR), a global developer and manufacturer of railway systems, integrated communications solutions, information technologies, and electronic security, will be present at Eurasia Rail 2016. At the event, which takes place in Istanbul from March the 3rd through the 5th, Revenga will showcase its new railway solutions: RailXcan and Metro Engine.

GR Technologies (GRT), a company of Grupo Revenga, already with an exploratory presence in the Nordic countries for the past year, has decided to strengthen its investment in the Region by opening a branch in Stockholm with the named of GR Technologies Sweden AB. The office will be headed by Country Manager Rickard Romander, a seasoned manager and entrepreneur with ample experience in the telecommunications and IT industries, and will be located a Birger Jarlsgatan 2- 114 34 Stockholm.

Bandirma Manisa2Revenga Türkiye, the local Turkish practice of GR Technologies (Grupo Revenga), a European referent in telecommunications and IT solutions, electronic security and railway systems, has been selected by Siemens Rail Automation to deploy Aguterm Plus, its point heater solution, along the Bandirma – Manisa line, located in the West of Turkey. Siemens Rail Automation, in a Joint Venture, was awarded by the Turkish Railway Authority the whole of the project for the development, supply, deployment and set up of the signalling and communications systems in the above-mentioned line.

IMG 0105Hüseyin Ada, Business Development Manager at Revenga Türkiye, had the opportunity to speak at IMC´s 2nd International Railway Industry Conference, which took place in the Silence Hotel in Istanbul. During his presentation, Hüseyin discussed in front of selected audience of Turkish and international railway Industry executives, including Turkey´s Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, Mr. Altyapi Yatirimlari Genel Müdürlügü

GR Technologies, the parent company of Revenga Türkiye, (Revenga Ingenieros) received in their facilities the visit of a delegation from DLH AYGM Istanbul-Ankara, final customer of the works the company Siemens Rail Automation has been developing for in the Marmaray project “CR3 Gebze-Halkali Commuter Rail Upgrading: Civil & Electrical & Mechanical Systems”. Such railway line includes the 14 km tunnel crossing the Bosphorus channel, more than 60m deep under the sea.