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Railmet Limited

No.1 Leeds
26 Whitehall Road
LS12 1BE

Tel: 0113 31426 00


Railmet Ltd is a specialist provider of severe weather asset management services and PIRL Systems safety communications to the global rail infrastructure sector.

We provide a unique location for the rail industry to learn of successful country-specific strategies adopted in times of severe weather disruption.

Register now to join over 90 organisations in 16 countries and share your severe weather management experiences.



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