Aarsleff Rail Group projects in Scandinavia

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Hasselager Allé 5
DK-8260 Viby J
Denmark

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To strengthen cooperation and business development the Aarsleff Rail Group was created in 2017 joining the forces of Aarsleff Rail in Denmark, Anker AB in Sweden and Banedrift AS in Norway. The group unites three Scandinavian railway contracting companies and their competences, experiences and customer focus. By sharing knowhow and resources, focusing on cooperation, our common goal is to offer good quality, efficient project management and business development to mutual benefit on the Scandinavian market.

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The expected outcome of the creation of Aarsleff Rail Group has already materialized in many important lessons of great benefit for Danish light rail projects with Aarsleff Rail becoming part of the first light rail project in Copenhagen as well as being trusted with maintenance on Aarhus Light Rail. In Norway the Aarsleff Rail Group has been instrumental in combining resources from Aarsleff Rail and Banedrift on a large fibre cable project on Nordlandsbanen for Banenor. Nordlandsbanen is the longest railway line in Norway well known for crossing the Arctic Circle south of Bodø.

More projects are already in the pipeline in Scandinavia and we are looking for even more exiting projects for the Aarsleff Rail Group in the coming years.