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Wednesday, May 05, 2010

Invensys Rail wins Scottish order

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Invensys Rail has been awarded a 48-million-pound (approximately $72.6-million) contract by Network Rail for the Paisley Corridor project in Scotland, the latest in a series of recent wins for the company in the UK.

The project is a combination of both enhancement and renewal, replacing life-expired signaling equipment at Shields and Paisley with the company's WESTLOCK signaling technology, as well as providing triple tracking of the line between these two locations. The project also includes the migration of the control area of Paisley Signalling Centre to the West of Scotland Signalling Centre. The project is scheduled to be delivered over 21 months.

Invensys Rail is part of global process automation and systems control provider Invensys plc.

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