Vossloh wins extensive framework contract for the supply of switches in the Netherlands

  • Framework contract with a term until 2028
  • Major deliveries from 2022 on

Vossloh AG has been awarded a framework agreement for the supply of switches in the Netherlands through its subsidiary Vossloh Cogifer Kloos BV. The framework agreement with ProRail BV, the state-owned operator of the roughly 7,000 km rail network, extends until 2028. Major deliveries of switches under the framework agreement are expected from 2022 on.

"This contract is of great importance for Vossloh in several respects. We have been working closely with ProRail for many years and I am honored that this important customer has not only renewed its confidence in us by awarding this framework contract, but has also significantly expanded our business relationship," explains Oliver Schuster, CEO of Vossloh AG. "As part of its tendering process, ProRail also included the aspect of sustainability in its decision, in addition to technical and economic parameters. At Vossloh, we attach great importance to the responsible use of resources and the protection of the environment in the course of our service provision. This commitment is one of the factors that has given us a decisive competitive advantage in the Netherlands."

Within the Vossloh Group, Vossloh Cogifer Kloos belongs to the Customized Modules division. The company, based in Nieuw-Lekkerland, the Netherlands, employs around 30 workers and specializes in the assembly and maintenance of switch systems.

Werdohl, February 08, 2021

Contact information for media:
Gundolf Moritz (Mirnock Consulting)
Phone: (+49-23 92) 52-608
Email: presse@vossloh.com

Contact information for investors:
Dr. Daniel Gavranovic
Phone: (+49-23 92) 52-609
Email: Investor.relations@vossloh.com

Vossloh is active in rail infrastructure markets worldwide. The Group’s activities are organized into the three divisions of Core Components, Customized Modules and Lifecycle Solutions. In the 2019 fiscal year, Vossloh achieved sales of €916.4 million with an average of 3,786 employees.