At the start of the iaf, Wolfgang R. Fally, CEO of Robel Bahnbaumaschinen GmbH, handed over the world's first hybrid milling train to Thomas Blechinger, President & CEO of Plasser American.
A large number of trade fair visitors followed the handover under a blue and white sky, ceremoniously accompanied by a delegation from the Robel factory band from Freilassing in Bavaria.
f.l. Thomas Blechinger, President & CEO of Plasser American and Wolfgang R. Fally, CEO Robel Bahnbaumaschinen.
ROMILL Urban E3 is the first product for rail treatment from the cooperation of the Robel Group, optimized for use in subways with hybrid drive, milling and finishing technology from Schweerbau International and comprehensive measuring equipment from Vogel & Plötscher.
Ceremony iaf 2022: Handover of worldwide first milling train ROMILL Urban E3 to Plasser American. F..l: Wolfgang R. Fally (Robel), Frank Mevert (Schweerbau International), Rolf Herter (Vogel & Plötscher) and the ROBEL Factory band.
Wolfgang R. Fally: “We are very proud to be able to hand over the first milling train for environmentally friendly and economical processing of urban rail systems to our American partners. ROMILL Urban is proof of a fruitful collaboration between track construction specialists. My special thanks therefore also go to Frank Mevert from Schweerbau International and Rolf Herter from Vogel & Plötscher, whose innovative developments make a significant contribution to the performance of this new machine.”
A delegation of the Robel factory band from Freilassing accompanies the celebratory handover.
Thomas Blechinger: “Plasser American is looking forward to being able to offer battery- powered, emission-free rail treatment solutions with this high-performance milling machine. In this way, we are making our contribution to the sustainability of the rail system in North America. This battery hybrid technology, which is unique in the world, removes exhaust gases and dust from the construction site, for the benefit of employees working in tunnels and metro systems.”