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International Trade Fair for Transport Technology 2014 – Berlin, Germany
We are very pleased to announce the agreement for cooperation between AHT Netherlands BV and Meteoor B.V. who is one of the largest European manufacturers of precast concrete elements. Meteoor with more than 100 years of experience is able to provide tailor-made solutions, but also provide innovative ideas to meet all type of infrastructure challenges. Its product range includes the famous STELCON, which is the number one brand in the field of permanent and temporary paving, in addition to their other well known product ranges such as ESTICON, AGRICON and RAILCON.
Focusing on Rail Infrastructure Meteoor has incorporated in its RAILCON range the AHT Outdoor Heating Ribbons in order to provide its customers with heated platforms, and railway crossings. The new RAILCON prefabricated heated platform concept was developed in collaboration with our partners Grontmij B.V. was presented at the famous INNOTRANS Exhibition in Berlin between 23-26 of September 2014 which attracted around 130.000 professional visitors from all over the world. The AHT Advanced Amorphous Metal Ribbon Technology was presented very successfully through a working sample at the stand of Meteoor-Stelcon by Mr Ron van Wijk the AHT Netherlands BV Managing Director.
After talking to hundreds of interested professionals who passed through the stand Ron happily commented “One thing is for sure. Rail infrastructure is a growing market and safety and comfort for passengers and commuters is becoming more and more important. These objectives can be achieved through the integration of the AHT technology in Railway Systems all over the word and AHT Netherlands is ready to meet this challenge and provide all types of solutions necessary. Railcon is just the beginning.”