Craig Purcell – Chief Executive Officer at Fenix Rail Systems has been announced as guest speaker at the Rail Business Daily conference at Rolling Stock Networking.
Craig started his career in signalling design for British Rail, progressing through the signalling engineering disciplines.
In his current role, Craig has responsibility for overseeing the day to day running of Fenix, managing his team, developing strategy and building a sustainable future for his business.
Fenix Rail Systems is an experienced and trusted provider of high-quality mainline signalling and depot control systems.
The firm provides a wide range of expert professional services to the rail and light rail sector across the UK, Southeast Asia and Australasia.
Its collaborative approach to projects enables clients to enjoy the benefit of cost effective turnkey solutions to any signalling requirements.
Fenix Rail Systems add real value to train operating companies and rail system users worldwide, including but not limited to design, installation testing and commissioning of railway sector projects.
At the conference, Craig will discuss 21st century depot control and what can be done to locate efficiencies in depot operations to reduce delays.
He will discuss the Tie-Fenlock system which was first installed in the UK at the Central Rivers Depot in 2000 and has since established a track record of outstanding reliability.
It is imperative that train movements into and out of a depot are as smooth as possible which is why the innovative depot control system was created.
Craig will share information on how the system assists the depot team to optimise the operation of the depot, including how it’s made depot operators’ jobs quicker and easier so a single operator can control even complex depots.
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