Teleste opens repair centre in Warsaw to better serve train operators and rolling stock manufacturers

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Technicians at work at Teleste's repair centre in Poland. Photo: Teleste.
Technicians at work at Teleste's repair centre in Poland. Photo: Teleste.

Teleste has opened a new repair centre in Warsaw, Poland, to better serve train operators and rolling stock manufacturers.

The Finnish technology firm, which supplies on-board surveillance systems, passenger information screens and video management systems, said that, by taking its services closer to European customers, it can now offer increased responsiveness through faster deliveries and shorter shipments.

As well as Alstom, Bombardier and CAF, Teleste has also worked with Danish infrastructure manager Banedanmark, Deutsche Bahn and on projects on the London Underground.


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As well as increasing the company’s presence in Poland, the opening of the centre in January, 2018, presents an expansion of Teleste’s public transport services arm within the company’s video security and information business unit.

Teleste director of rail Pekka Vänni said: “With public transport as one of our key focus areas, we wish to provide our customers with comprehensive life-time services that can truly create added value for them through speed and reliability, delivery accuracy and excellent quality.

“We are determined to be the best partner for public transport operators and rolling stock manufacturers in building modern transport systems that can meet today’s expectations for more efficient, highly available and greener travelling.”


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