Great Place to Work Certified, 2nd time in a row

First export order to P&T of three indigenously manufactured MFS 120 from Karjan plant

"Make in India, Make for the World"

Overhauling business vertical set up in Vatva in Ahemdabad, Gujarat

Operation & Maintenance business vertical set up

Track Machine Connected local office set up.

Tamping Unit Admin Building established

Green Building Award to Karjan Plant

Great Place to Work Certified

Handover of 100th machine from Karjan plant to North Central Railways.

A new corporate office established in Faridabad.

Manufacture of 1000th machine in India.

New tamping unit plant set up in Karjan, Gujarat to enhance Plasser India’s manufacturing capabilities.

Plasser India inaugurated a state of the art new production site in Karjan in Gujarat

By the end of 2017, more than 800 track maintenance machines has been supplied to Indian Railways as well as private parties like TATA, GMR, L&T.

SVM 1000 I

First Track Laying Machines model SVM 1000 I supplied to GMR and L&T, which is completely new model in India.

09-3X Dynamic Tamping Express

First 09-3X Dynamic Tamping Express machine introduced in India which is a combination of Tamping and Stabilizing machine.

Plasser India completed 50 years with the Indian Railways; in these years we have made a mark with track maintenance.

Plasser India supplied 30 different types of machines like PBR 400 R, 09-32 CSM, DGS 62 PLS, FRM 85 F, Unimat 08-475-4S

Plasser India has supplied 23 machines to Indian Railways.

Plasser India has supplied 37 machines to Indian Railways and one 09-32 CSM machine to Konkan Railway Corporation.

One fully imported machine 08-16 have been supplied to Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. and 30 different type of machines supplied to Indian Railways.

25 Machines have been supplied to Indian Railways.

37 machines have been supplied to Indian Railways.

By the end of that year more than 550 track maintenance machines had been supplied to Indian railways, only 11 of which came from Plasser & Theurer, the major part being manufactured in India. The share of Indian production had risen to as much as 100 % in some cases.

Major expansion of Faridabad factory enhancing its capacity substantially.

In February first Track Maintenance Machine manufactured in India was handed over to Indian Railways. During the following years the machines were adapted and built to the special requirements of Indian Railways.

Start of production of Track Maintenance Machines in the Indian works in Faridabad. Even for the first order for twelve leveling, tamping and lining machines the amount of locally manufactured components came to 53%.

Delivery of the first Plasser & Theurer Track Maintenance machine to Indian Railways; a permanent service depot was established in India.