NBPlus becomes ERTMS Solutions’ official Broker in South Korea
ERTMS Solutions is glad to announce the signature of a brokerage agreement with NBPlus, based in Seoul and Jindo-gun, South Korea.
The story between NBPlus and ERTMS Solutions began in 2016, in the framework of Korail national R&D Project “Practical use of LTE-R based wireless communication train control system for conventional & high speed railway (read previous article)”. NBPlus chose the ERTMSCamCorder to verify the performance on the developed system on site.
Convinced by the quality of this technology, NBPlus decided to go one step further by becoming ERTMS Solutions’ broker in South Korea.
Hocheol Choo, R&D Center Director at NBPlus: “We started working with ERTMS Solutions because we were looking for an expertise that could help us, and our client Korail, optimizing onsite testing. We visited ERTMS Solutions in Belgium, and were seduced by the quality of the team and products, and by the fact that ERTMS Solutions invests a lot in R&D, as to answer the Railway industry’s future needs in the best possible way. We are sure that ERTMS Solutions’ expertise will be very useful in South Korea.”
Stanislas Pinte, CEO of ERTMS Solutions: “For the first time in ERTMS Solutions’ history, one of our customers is becoming our broker. We are extremely happy to strengthen our bands with NBPlus, and we anticipate real commercial and technical successes in Korea, based upon this strong relationship we are building with them for more than one year now.”
NBPlus is a specialist in Electric & Communication installation, CTC Establishment, Railway signal Installation, Photovoltaic Installation, and ICT products (Wireless Access Point, IOT gateway, communication system software, etc). NBPlus is established in Jindo-gun since August 2009 and NBPlus R&D Center is located in Seoul since 2014.
ERTMS Solutions is a world leader in railways testing, maintenance and systems integration product tools, especially known in the ERTMS world. We are working with many key actors of railway signaling: Manufacturers, Rail Infrastructure Managers, and Operators.