Jacksonville, Florida, November, 2016
United Rail, Inc. announces a new agreement with Prover Technology to represent their products and solutions to new clients in the North American freight, passenger and mass transit markets. Based in Sweden, Prover Technology is a global leader in software solutions for the engineering of safety critical systems that control trains, signals and switches. With a customer base that includes railway infrastructure managers and signaling system suppliers around the world, including New York City Transit and Canadian Pacific in North America, Prover provides software products and services for development, testing and V&V of railway signaling systems.
Under the agreement, United Rail will act as sales agent for Prover Technology in in the North American market, including marketing, sales and engineering. United Rail will also provide localized customer service and training for the various Prover offerings to better support the North American Rail and Mass Transit customers.
“Our vision at United Rail is to build a strong bridge between the European and North American rail transportation markets,” said Norwin K. Voegeli, United Rail’s President & CEO. “Prover Technology, like many other European rail technology providers, has developed safe and effective solutions for the rail industry in Europe and elsewhere, and we look forward to expanding their reach further into the North American market. We believe that by leveraging the portfolio of this established Swedish solutions provider with United Rail’s local support team and strategy, we can provide systems that will resolve specific needs and improve both the efficiency and safety of US and Canadian rail operators in freight and mass transit operations alike.”
“We are excited to work with United Rail in the North American market, to serve the growing demand for safe and automated development of new and improved rail control systems. Together with United Rail, we are committed to provide outstanding software products and services that deliver the safety, efficiency and performance our customers have become accustomed to”, said Arne Borälv, Prover Technology.
United Rail will be working with Prover Technology to introduce their software-based solutions to the wider North American rail industry, and will provide customer support, training and product delivery for Prover’s suite of tools that enable users to efficiently develop, code, and verify a variety of signaling systems on multiple platforms.
ABOUT UNITED RAIL, INC.
United Rail, Inc. is a Jacksonville, Florida based railroad systems, products and engineering services company with a wholly owned subsidiary located in Toronto, Canada. Its founders have an extensive international background in the railroad industry, focused on PTC and passenger/mass transit signal engineering services. United Rail Engineering provides a variety of signal & communication engineering design services, while United Rail Systems and Products focuses on internally-developed systems and products like its Sentinel Solutions™ remote asset monitoring system as well as providing sales representation, distribution and customer service/support for European rail products in the US rail transportation industry.
United Rail was ranked #6 in the Jacksonville Business Journal’s “Northeast Florida’s 50 Fastest Growing Companies for 2016” with an average growth of 234% over the last 3 years. For more information, please visit www.united-rail.com
ABOUT PROVER TECHNOLOGY AB
Prover Technology (Prover) is a leading provider of software solution for development and verification of software-based rail control signaling systems, enabling our customers to capture and maintain mission-critical know how, reduce project lead time and costs, and proved safety. We provide innovative software products that, among other things, replace traditional safety testing with formal safety verification. Prover Technology has subsidiaries in the United States and France, is privately owned by investors and staff, and has customers in more than 25 countries.