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Egis signs agreement to acquire Omada Rail Systems, strengthening its rail expertise in Australia

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Egis signs agreement to acquire Omada Rail Systems, a railway signalling project management and engineering services provider across the Rail industry

Omada Rail Systems was founded in 2016 by Luke Craven, Mark Hadfield and Christopher Miller through a mutual desire to provide high-quality and value for money services to the Australian rail market. Omada’s team offers a diverse range of backgrounds and skill sets within the Rail Signalling and Telecommunications industry. This highly specialised capability is in high demand in the current ANZ market.

Egis is currently working on a number of flagship projects in Australia and New Zealand, notably the City Rail Link in Auckland (NZ), the Queensland Train Manufacturing Program in Queensland and the High Capacity Metro Train in Victoria. The acquisition of Omada Rail Systems will strengthen Egis’ rail offering, particularly in signalling and telecommunications, as it will enable it to offer it the full range of Rail services and expertise across the region.

Adil Guissi, Egis Group’s Executive Director Transport and Urban Development ANZ said:

"I’m looking forward to welcoming Omada to the Egis family in ANZ. This agreement reinforces our strategic ambition to become a key engineering player in the Rail industry and demonstrates our commitment to investment and growth in the dynamic Australian and New Zealand markets. Collectively, we will be able to provide our clients with a comprehensive service offering and better serve the Rail industry. We look forward to adding smart skills and expertise in Railway Signalling & Telecommunications to our extensive global and local Rail capabilities."


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