Titagarh Rail Systems inaugurates New Engineering Centre in Bangalore

Titagarh Rail Systems Limited (TRSL), the prominent Indian rolling stock manufacturer, inaugurates new engineering centre in Bangalore, furthering its innovation and design journey. The state-of-the-art facility will be dedicated to new product development for Train Control & Monitoring Systems (TCMS) and advanced Propulsion Systems, revolutionizing the future of rail transportation in the country. The engineering Centre will also play a key role in executing TRSL’s current and upcoming rolling stock & propulsion projects like Surat & Ahmedabad Metro, Vande Bharat, ICF EMU/MEMU etc. demonstrating company’s unwavering commitment to the ‘Make-in-India’ and ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat’ initiative towards a Viksit Bharat.

Outfitted with cutting-edge technology and infrastructure, the new centre is designed to foster creativity and collaboration among TRSL’s engineers and designers. The company anticipates hiring a large number of experienced engineers in several rolling stock disciplines at this facility. The centre will function as an innovation hub, where ideas are transformed into tangible solutions that tackle the complexities of modern rail transportation.

“We are incredibly proud to inaugurate our new engineering centre in Bangalore. It is a hub of exciting engineering talent that will serve as a perfect opportunity for aspiring young engineers to support ever growing vision of Titagarh,” said Mr. Umesh Chowdhary, Vice Chairman and Managing Director, Titagarh Rail Systems Limited. “The facility reaffirms our commitment to pushing the envelope in implementing cutting-edge rail technology while contributing to build an enhanced connectivity in the country. The centre is a step towards our vision to offer completely made-in-India metro coaches to strengthen country’s local transportation, and also ensuring that we are at the forefront of the rail industry’s evolution.”

This strategic expansion underscores the company’s commitment to building a brighter and more connected tomorrow.