PITTSBURGH – L.B. Foster is discontinuing its fabricated bridge grid deck manufacturing and commercial operations in Bedford, Pa.
SPOKANE, Wash. – L.B. Foster Company (L.B. Foster) announced July 5 that its CXT Incorporated (CXT) subsidiary has completed the sale of substantially all the operating assets of its prestressed concrete railroad tie business located in Spokane, Wash., to voestalpine Railway Systems Nortrak, LLC (Nortrak).
L.B. Foster on Dec. 14 announced a strategic partnership with FUCHS to develop friction management products for the rail industry.
L.B. Foster is expanding its precast concrete business.
L.B. Foster, a long-time supplier of rail spikes and anchors for the railroad industry, said it is selling this line of business to another company.
L.B. Foster now offers single-source friction management services for shortline and industrial rail markets.
L.B. Foster announced the commercial launch of a Low Temperature (LT) version of their proven ALLEVIATE traction enhancer product for top-of-rail use.
Houston Metro has awarded a major contract to L.B. Foster.
L.B. Foster Company (the “Company”) (NASDAQ: FSTR), announced continuing supply of rail and infrastructure related products used in the construction of the 26-mile east-west Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) Silver Line. The
L.B. Foster has recently installed its next generation Protector X Trackside Friction Management (FM) System on Canadian Pacific’s (CP) Mountain Subdivision in Illecillewaet, British Columbia. This is the first of 46 Protector
Innovative ways to support railway safety and keep trains moving are always top of mind. Manager of Technology Sales, Michael O’Connell, walks through our Total Track Monitoring suite of products. This 5-minute
Taking a look at how remote monitoring technology can help railroads maximize the benefits of their FM programs which simultaneously minimizing the cost of running them. This paper was a joint collaboration
RPM2.0, L.B. Foster’s next generation Remote Performance Monitoring (RPM) interface for trackside wheel/rail Friction Management systems, is here. The system that provides immediate, intuitive insight into the operation and performance of friction
It’s shaping up to be an unusual year in crossties. And for wood crossties in particular, things are looking positively bizarre. “We’re seeing some big peaks and valleys in supply and prices,”
U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta (R-PA-11), a member of the U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, joined the National Railroad Construction & Maintenance Association (NRC), L.B. Foster and the Railway Engineering-Maintenance Suppliers Association