Escorts showcases indigineously made products at IREE 2019

Diverse range of products are developed through in-house R&D and some through Technology collaborations

Escorts, IREE 2019, Technology collaborations, Dipankar Ghosh, Railway Equipment Division, RED, Indian Railway Equipment Exhibition, Indian Railway Equipment Exhibition  2019, YUJIN Machinery

In sync with the governments’ efforts to accelerate the modernization of Indian Railways and participate in GOI ‘Make in India’ initiative, Escorts showcased a series of world class railway products that make rail travel safer both though a blend of deep in-house R&D and strategic collaborations with Global technology Leaders. The products on display include – High-end Computer Controlled Electronic Locomotive Brake Systems, High-Speed Axle mounted Disc Brakes and Wheel mounted Disc Brakes for Trainsets and Metros besides the AARH Coupler, Loco and LHB Dampers and Air Springs.

Escorts has collaborated with the Global technology leaders like YUJIN Machinery Ltd- South Korea for Brake Systems for Metro, High Speed trains and Trainsets like the Train -18 or the Vande Bharat Express.

A very rich and diverse range of products developed through in-house R&D and some through Technology collaborations are displayed during the three-day Indian Railway Equipment Exhibition (IREE) 2019, which kick started at Aerocity in the National Capital on 22nd October. 
Being a leading partner to the Indian Railways for ensuring safety and comfort in Rail Transport, Escorts’ Railway Equipment Division is working on a game plan towards greater import substitution and input cost optimization though frugal engineering and value innovation in their product offerings.

Dipankar Ghosh, CEO, Escorts Railway Equipment Division (RED), said, “The massive transformation in Indian Railways in the past few years is phenomenal and progressing at an advanced stage. We at Escorts is all set to act as a catalyst in the modernization and indigenization drive of Indian Railways. We are proactively exploring joint ventures with foreign players for high end technological collaborations under Make In India initiative of the government besides building a deep in-house R&D to develop cutting edge technologies for a safer and comfortable rail transport.”


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