PERE MARQUETTE TWP., Mich. – Harsco Rail has reopened its refurbished plant in Pere Marquette Township on South Jackson Road.
Harsco Corporation on April 5 reported that its Rail division has been awarded a five-year, more than $130 million stoneblower operation and maintenance (O&M) contract from Network Rail, which owns, operates and
Harsco is predicting a surge in revenue in its rail unit for 2019, driven by a backlog and growing demand for maintenance-of-way equipment.
Harsco Rail will close its manufacturing facility in Ludington, Mich., as the company consolidates production operations in Columbia, South Carolina. Some 134 workers will be affected, according to local media reports and social-media
New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has awarded Harsco Corporation’s railway track maintenance division, Harsco Rail, with a multi-year contract worth approximately $40 million for the construction and delivery of 65 flat
Harsco Rail has been doing business with Singapore’s Land Transport Authority (LTA) for 15 years, and the business is set to continue.