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    Rail

    Tailored rail transportation services.

    ACCIONA, with its Rail business, is specialised in private railway transportation services.

    Rail has both its own and sub-contracted resources, enabling it to provide an extensive range of railway transportation systems.

    The team is formed by highly qualified planning and operations staff and drivers, thereby guaranteeing the quality of the services provided.

    As part of its commitment to its employees, ACCIONA provides a Railway Training Centre, within its ACCIONA Corporate University. This centre, approved by the Ministry for Development, provides courses for drivers, programmes for the training of railway staff and specific courses on industry regulations.

    RAIL ACTIVITIES

    RAIL TRANSPORTATION

    RAIL TRANSPORTATION

    Own and external wagon composition traction. The services business of ACCIONA has 333 series locomotives with dragging capacity.

    TRAINING

    TRAINING

    The training center, specialised in the railway sector, responds to the specific training needs of railway companies, providing courses adapted to customer needs in Madrid and Barcelona, on an unlimited basis:

    • Driving certificate / licence.
    • Driving qualifications.
    • Loading rating.
    • Machinery operator of infrastructure works.
    • Train operations assistant.
    • Tailored courses adapted to customers' specific needs.
    LEASE OF RAILWAY MATERIAL

    LEASE OF RAILWAY MATERIAL

    ACCIONA provides railway companies with the technical means required to cover all their logistic needs.

    INTEGRATED LOGISTICS SERVICES

    INTEGRATED LOGISTICS SERVICES

    The services business of ACCIONA, in cooperation with the remaining logistics companies of the ACCIONA group, offers integral solutions enabling various transport systems (road, rail, maritime) to be combined in the same supplier, with a single intermediary, thereby reducing costs and boosting service quality.


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