SMRT pares down subsidiary to focus on rail network here

Singapore Rail Engineering was set up four years ago to market its services overseas

Singapore Rail Engineering had a joint venture with Japan's Toshiba to use and market its train motors.
Singapore Rail Engineering had a joint venture with Japan's Toshiba to use and market its train motors.PHOTO: SMRT

Following recent management changes, rail operator SMRT Corp is paring down a subsidiary which was set up four years ago to market engineering services overseas.

Singapore Rail Engineering (SRE) had a joint venture with Japan's Toshiba to use and market its train motors. It had also tied up with France's Faiveley Transport to supply train maintenance and repair services in South-east Asia.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on September 15, 2018, with the headline 'SMRT pares down subsidiary to focus on rail network here'. Subscribe