Aldridge has a wealth of knowledge across every aspect of the Railway Signalling discipline. In addition to designing and manufacturing our own proprietary product on-site we’re also capable of design and manufacture for all control systems. All backed up by full Engineering and Production Support through to Turnkey Solutions for complex projects. Aldridge supplies Australian markets as well as Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Sri Lanka, Philippines, Ireland, Indonesia and New Zealand. Aldridge has a history of innovation, being the first to introduce LED signals into Australia and more recently developing Digital Railway Signals and the Wireless Level Crossing. Aldridge is also the official distributor in the Australian market for Kyosan Electric Manufacturing Company and The Railway Equipment Company. The Aldridge product offerings now include Automatic Train Protection, Operations Control Centres, Interlocking Equipment, points machines, platform screen doors (PSD), mechanical gap filler (MGF) and Cragg Battery Chargers which incorporate back to base monitoring including battery cells.
Aldridge Intelligent Transport Systems designs and manufactures level crossings that integrate state-of-the- art inductive wheel detection technology with wireless communication to wayside equipment. This new approach doesn’t require the digging of trenches, the use of high powered track circuits or optimal environmental conditions for operation. Powered by solar panels and monitored via a web server these crossings are low cost and are ideally suited to remote locations.
Starting from the initial concept design right through to cleaning up the site once the system is installed tested and commissioned you’ll find a team of highly skilled professionals behind each step in the Aldridge turnkey process. No detail is too small which is why there are 8 steps in the turnkey process to ensure your project is delivered on time, on budget and with zero harm. And it doesn’t stop there with ongoing communication after the project is commissioned to ensure maximum peace of mind. Aldridge, the key to Railway Signal turnkey solutions.
As an Indigenously owned Australian business we strive to understand the needs of our customers.
We provide exceptional solutions through innovation, manufacture, servicing and active obsolescence for the rail
product life cycle. We believe in close partnerships to ensure our customers receive reliable local
delivery with efficiencies and value to meet their high demands. Our facilities across Australia are
working with customers to meet the present and future demands for electro-mechanical and electronic
systems including HV and OHW, Data Collection and Analysis plus Safety and Remote Isolation systems.
Branches: NSW, Taree, 02 6552 6920; NSW, Asquith, 02 9482 5710;
VIC Melbourne, 03 8402 1000; WA, Perth, 02 8914 1048.
Bambach Cables founded in 1936 is the oldest manufacturer of copper cables in Australia. Its products are of extremely high quality and meet or exceed all relevant Australian Standards. Bambach offers a full range of signalling cables power cables high temperature flexes and braids. It is constantly working with customers to improve cable designs and reduce cost. Bambach is at the forefront of railway signalling cable innovation in Australia. Cable types supplied: Signal & Power Multicore Control Axle Counter ATMS & ETMS Microlok Traction & Bonding Level Crossing Switch Board Station & Bungalow Earthing Lighting & Warning Rolling Stock.
Metromatics is a manufacturer of LCD Passenger Information Displays Hearing Loop Systems Public Information Displays and other Display Technology branded under our trademark name MetroSpec. Installed at most Major Railway Stations; Tramways; Light Rail and Ferry Networks in Australia as our products are weatherproof sunlight readable fully sealed and designed to an IP65 rating.
Founded in 1865, Queensland Rail has a proud history of connecting Queensland communities and supporting local jobs, industries and economies. We are committed to providing a customer-focused, safe, and world-class rail service for Queenslanders.
With total assets valued at $8 billion, and a network that extends more than 6,600 kilometres across the state, we are also focused on providing customers and Queenslanders with an efficient and value for money service.
Our 7,500 strong workforce delivers services across our South East Queensland and Regional networks, including Travel and Tourism services and Regional Freight.
SYSTRA Scott Lister is the Australian consulting and engineering arm of SYSTRA Group, a world leading engineering and consulting group specialising in public transport and mobility solutions.
With close to 7,500 staff working on more than 3,500 transport projects in 80 countries for over 60 years, the Group has been involved with cities and regions contributing to their development by creating, improving and modernising their transport infrastructures. Our mission is to connect people and bring territories closer together, our challenge is to design and implement the safest and most efficient transport solutions. We work on all stages of projects throughout their life cycle: Early Initiation, Transport Planning and Business Case Development, Design & Engineering, Project Management in Construction, Test and Commissioning, as well as Operation and Maintenance within Asset Management. Within ANZ, our services are unique and highly valued by our clients and focus on Advisory (Transport Planning, Asset Management, Management Advisory and New Mobility Services), Civil & Structure (underground and elevated), Rail & Road Delivery & Systems (Signalling & Train Control, Communication Systems, Track, Traction Power, OHLE, Rolling Stock & Maintenance facilities, Operation Control Centres and ITS).
AESON POWER is a major supplier of battery and chargers to the Australian Rail Industry.
Batteries cover Signalling – Scada – Substations – UPS – IT – Lighting and Under Carriage
Chargers cover Signalling – Locomotive and others
Our technical expertise, customer responsive service are critical factors why the rail industry is turning to AESON POWER