With passenger numbers across UK rail networks still significantly below pre-pandemic levels, some bold changes are urgently required to increase usage of services and restore revenues.
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In April the Department for Transport set out its intentions for decarbonising UK transport. However, with Government’s much-needed rail electrification programme on hold, what needs to be done to reach this ambitious goal?
Some massive changes have affected Britain’s rail network since the Government introduced Emergency Measures Agreements (EMA). Based on analysis of ORR and passenger revenue data, these EMAs are likely to be unsustainable. But what will replace them?
Many dealerships and independent service centres were finding it hard to make a profit long before the COVID-19 pandemic hit. Now, as the post-lockdown pipeline starts to refill, there is still time to do things differently.
Onshoring could prove a rewarding post-pandemic recovery strategy for many UK-based OEMs, but are they ready to take advantage of this value-driving opportunity?
The rail industry continues to face number of challenges which have impacted on how providers operate and make a profit. We’ve created a simple to use tool that helps the rail industry understand the financial impact and the level of capacity trains will need to reach before a profit can be made.
The Covid-19 pandemic has had a cataclysmic effect across all sectors, forcing manufacturers to react quickly to continue to meet market demand. In the first of a series
The 2020s may come to be looked back on in the broadcast media sector as the ‘pandemic decade;’ in which everything was redefined because of Covid-19 and its aftermath. Here we will explore what the impact will be, and how different players in the market will be affected.
Vehicle manufacturers and Tier 1 and 2 component manufacturers should avoid severing relationships with businesses further down their supply chains and look for ways to support them on the way to recovery. Doing so could give them a competitive advantage as the pandemic starts to subside.
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