Tagmaster wins additional order from Paris SNCF

Stockholm, Sweden

Tagmaster has, through its subsidiary Balogh SA, received an extension order for SNCF Transilien, the train system supporting the larger Paris area.

Balogh, founded in 1958, is one of the pioneers in RFID technology and since 2009 it has provided SNCF Transilien with detection systems. The Balogh equipment is used to detect elevated station platforms for wheel chair access, developed as part of the European RMU programme “Reduced Mobility User”. This system automatically bridges the gap between the train and the elevated platform using Balogh RFID equipment for precise train positioning, thus providing safe wheelchair access.

The extension order, dedicated to the SNCF fifth and sixth train batches T05 and T06 comprises the well proved product range of MOL 81 1315 that have been in the market for many years. The products will be delivered from 2020 through early 2022 and the total order value is approximately € 700 000. Baloghs customer is one of the major global actors within train systems.

”Tagmaster has earlier expressed its enthusiasm for the Balogh acquisition and this order confirms that our ambition that, together with Balogh, to become a stronger supplier within Rail Solutions is materialising. We together have a wider product offering and we will together become one of the leading players in train signaling”, says Jonas Svensson, CEO, Tagmaster.


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