Railway Expert

Independent business consultant with over 30 years experience, railway expert with considerable expertise and solid connections.

- 7 years independent business consultant - 6 years Swiss Business Hub China, Switzerland Global Enterprise - 10 years management positions at Siemens Ltd. China 11 years railway electric traction R&D and manufacturing in China - 5 years teaching in the university - 1999 – 2001 Master of Business Administration, Siemens Management Institute - 1977 – 1981 Bachelor Degree Central South University (formerly Changsha Railway University) in China

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Blockchain-based locomotive data analysis trial announced

railwaygazette.com RUSSIA: Locomotive and rolling stock supplier Transmashholding has announced a partnership with blockchain developer Vostok to provide verified and...


Texas Central names contractor and starts engineering design

railwaygazette.com USA: High speed rail promoter Texas Central announced on October 4 that it had appointed Italian civil engineering group Salini Impregilo to lead the...


Appenzeller Bahnen’s Durchmesserlinie project completed

railwaygazette.com SWITZERLAND: The Durchmesserlinie project to enable through running between Appenzeller Bahnen’s metre-gauge Trogen and Appenzell routes was...


Renfe and Adif selected as strategic partners for Texas high-speed line - International Railway Journal

railjournal.com Texas Central announced on October 11 that it has selected Renfe and Adif as strategic partners for the 390km, 320km/hDallas - Houston high-speed line.


New horizons for Alstom high-speed trains - International Railway Journal

railjournal.com Alstom says its new generation of high-speed trains - the single-deck Avelia Liberty for Amtrak and the double-deck Avelia Horizon for SNCF - will raise the bar for high-speed train design in terms of acquisition cost, maintenance, energy consumption and capacity. While these trains retain the hallm...


Fewer ticket machines in future on Swiss rail network as digital sales boom

thelocal.ch Some machines at rural stations print less than 10 tickets per day. It costs 30,000 Swiss francs to replace them and the SBB, the national rail authority, is taking the decisions to replace them on a case-by-case basis as digital ticket sales boom.


400 km/h ALFA-X experimental train to roll in 2019

railwaygazette.com JAPAN: East Japan Railway's ALFA-X experimental Shinkansen trainset is on course to start test running in May 2019, the railway announced on October...


China revises policy for urban rail planning and construction - International Railway Journal

railjournal.com A critical new policy for the future of Chinas urban rail networks was issued in July, which will impact the country’s development, population and industry. IRJ Pro market analyst Oscar Sinclair looks at the policy’s key components and what it means for China.


Chinese rail freight on the rebound - International Railway Journal

railjournal.com A total of 2.63 billion tonnes of freight was carried by rail in China between January and August this year, a 7.7% increase.


Tata-Siemens consortium wins Pune metro Line 3 PPP contract - International Railway Journal

railjournal.com A consortium of Tata Group and Siemens Financial Services has been awarded a contract to build Pune Line 3, the first PPP deal to be concluded since the introduction of India’s New Metro Rail Policy.


Britain to retain EU rail standards after Brexit - International Railway Journal

railjournal.com BRITAIN will continue to abide by European Union rail standards and protocols after Brexit, the Railway Safety and Standards Board (RSSB) says.


Britain’s railways need devolution, not revolution - International Railway Journal

railjournal.com 2018 is shaping up to be another deeply challenging year for Britain’s railways. Major delays and cost overruns for infrastructure projects, the collapse of the Inter-City East Coast franchise and the chaotic introduction of new timetables have kept the industry in the headlines for all the wrong ...


Rail Baltica CEO resigns and condemns governments for 'playing poker’

railwaygazette.com EUROPE: Baiba A Rubesa resigned as CEO & Chairman of the Management Board of Rail Baltica project promoter RB Rail AS with immediate effect...


King inaugurates Haramain High Speed Rail

railwaygazette.com SAUDI ARABIA: Saudi Arabia became the latest country to launch high speed services on September 25, when the Haramain High Speed Rail line linking...


Driverless small-profile metro train for Glasgow presented

railwaygazette.com STADLER: Stadler presented its first four-car driverless metro trainset for use on the Glasgow Subway to its client Strathclyde Partnership for...


Siemens offers one-price locomotive

railwaygazette.com INNOTRANS: The first Siemens Smartron electric locomotive is on show at InnoTrans 2018 in Berlin. Announced earlier this year, the Smartron is a...


Madrid - Montpellier open access service approved

railwaygazette.com SPAIN: National competition authority CNMC announced on September 17 that it had approved Intermodalidad de Levante SA's plans to launch an...


Brightline to develop Las Vegas – Los Angeles corridor

railwaygazette.com USA: Private passenger operator Brightline announced on September 18 its intention to develop a second inter-city corridor linking Las Vegas with...


Automated tram demonstrated in Potsdam

railwaygazette.com GERMANY: Fully-automated driving of a conventional tram was successfully demonstrated by Potsdam transport operator ViP and Siemens Mobility on...


Rail market still growing, confirms UNIFE

railwaygazette.com INNOTRANS: Steady growth in the demand for railway products and services can be expected for the next six years, according to the 2018 World Rail...


Cetrovo takes centre stage

railwaygazette.com CRRC: Hailed as the world’s first carbon-bodied metro vehicle in the world, CRRC’s Cetrovo metro car prototype was formally unveiled at InnoTrans on...


SNCF targets autonomous trains in five years

railwaygazette.com FRANCE: SNCF expects to see ‘semi-autonomous’ trains running on the French rail network by 2020 and fully automatic trains within five years,...


Wabtec highlights three core themes at InnoTrans 2018

railwaygazette.com WABTEC: The multinational component specialist Wabtec has three core areas of focus at this year’s InnoTrans. These are: improving the passenger...


CRRC to display hybrid loco and carbon fibre metro car at InnoTrans

railwaygazette.com CRRC: Chinese rolling stock manufacturer CRRC will be exhibiting two vehicles on the outdoor display at InnoTrans 2018. CRRC Zhuzhou is bringing a...


Entering the U.S. Without Entering Its Tax System: Holding Company Structures for U.S. Operations

pbwt.com Entering the U.S. Without Entering Its Tax System: Holding Company Structures for U.S. Operations October 5, 2015 Share This Page Download a PDF of this pieceForeign companies entering the U.S. market for the first time will want to consider how their operations can be structured to minimize U.S. ta...


Bucharest metro Line 6 secures EU funds - International Railway Journal

railjournal.com ROMANIA’s Ministry of Transport confirmed on September 13 that that the European Commission has agreed to co-fund Bucharest Metro Line 6.


Alstom and Eversholt Rail develop hydrogen train for Britain

railjournal.com ALSTOM confirmed on September 11 that it is working with British rolling stock leasing company Eversholt Rail to refit class 321 EMUs with hydrogen tanks and fuel cells for hydrogen operation, in response to the British government's challenge to elim...


Stadler Flirt for Greater Anglia on test at Velim

railjournal.com DYNAMIC testing of one of the first Stadler Flirt UK multiple units for British operator Abellio Greater Anglia began on the VUZ Velim test track in the Czech Republic at the end of August. Stadler was awarded a £600m contract in October 2016 to supp...


Ouigo to serve Paris Gare du Lyon

railjournal.com FRENCH National Railways (SNCF) president Mr Guillaume Pepy confirmed on September 7 that Gare du Lyon will become the third central Paris station to be served by Ouigo low-fares high-speed services. Pepy said in an interview with CNews that Gare du...


Three bidders prequalify for Perth EMU order

railwaygazette.com AUSTRALIA: The government of Western Australia has prequalified three bidders for a contract to supply up to 41 six-car electric multiple-units for...


Rhätische Bahn orders locomotives

railwaygazette.com SWITZERLAND: Rhätische Bahn awarded Stadler Bussnang a SFr215m contract to supply seven two-axle overhead/battery electric shunting locomotives on...


Kuala Lumpur – Singapore high speed rail project officially postponed

railwaygazette.com ASIA: An agreement to delay construction of the planned 350 km Kuala Lumpur – Singapore high speed rail line by up to five years was signed...


Students use algorithm in bid to visit all 26 Swiss cantons in less than 24 hours...by train

thelocal.ch Students from Switzerland's EPFL federal technology institute are this Friday hoping to set a new time record in the Swiss Train Challenge which sees participants trying to step foot in all of the country's 26 cantons in under 24 hours using only public transport.


NS harnesses 3D printing for train maintenance

railjournal.com NETHERLANDS Railways (NS) has begun introducing 3D printed components as part of its train maintenance activities with 20 components currently available and plans in place to produce more than 50 by the end of the year. NS has already installed 3D pr...


Swiss transport minister snapped sitting on steps of crowded train

thelocal.ch Passengers sitting on the steps between floors on a crowded double-decker train may be a common sight during rush hour in Switzerland, but a photo that appears to show Swiss transport minister Doris Leuthard doing so last Friday attracted plenty of attention over the weekend.


GBW Railcar Services joint venture ends

railwaygazette.com USA: The Greenbrier Companies and Watco have agreed to end their GBW Railcar Services joint venture, which was established in July 2014 to bring...


ÖBB signs 700-coach framework agreement

railwaygazette.com AUSTRIA: Austrian Federal Railways and Siemens Mobility have signed a five-year framework agreement for the supply of up to 700 coaches with a...


Hong Kong high speed line opening date confirmed

railwaygazette.com CHINA: Passenger services on the Hong Kong section of the Guangzhou – Shenzhen – Hong Kong high speed line will begin on September 23, the Special...


BLS opens Rosshäuser Tunnel

railwaygazette.com SWITZERLAND: BLS celebrated the completion of the Rosshäuser Tunnel on the Bern – Neuchâtel line on August 25, ahead of the planned start of regular...


Saxony’s VVO commissions battery train study

railjournal.com SAXONY’s Oberelbe Transport Authority (VVO) has invited Bombardier and the Technical University of Berlin to prepare a feasibility study into the potential operation of Battery Electric Multiple Units (BEMUs) on non-electrified routes in the south of...


GBW Railcar Services uncouples - Railway Age

railwayage.com The Greenbrier Cos. Inc. and Watco Cos. LLC have agreed to discontinue their GBW Railcar Services (GBW) railcar repair joint venture, formed in 2014 by combining their shops into a nationwide network of railcar repair facilities. Under the agreement, the repair shops and employees at each location w...


Swiss public transport ‘good value for money’: report

thelocal.ch Swiss train prices can seem eye-wateringly high at times, but a new study suggests the country’s public transport network is better value for money than a first glance might indicate.


Indiana will soon see increased train capacity and bottlenecks eliminated

globalrailwayreview.com Passenger and freight services in Northwest Indiana will be improved with a new project set to cost $300 million and last two years.


First crowd-sourced Stadler EMU arrives in Bern

railwaygazette.com SWITZERLAND: Metre-gauge inter-urban operator Regionalverkehr Bern-Solothurn took delivery of the first of 14 Worbla EMUs at its Worblaufen...


East Japan Railway studies driverless operation

railwaygazette.com JAPAN: East Japan Railway Co has set up a team to develop plans for driverless operation, the Yomiuri Shimbun newspaper reports. Trains would...

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