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Good reasons to choose Wegh


The Superstructures Division can now boast a thirty-year-long know-how in the engineering, manufacture and installation of ballastless superstructures for railway, tramway and underground lines.
Over thirty years ago, our Superstructures Division was the first in Europe to manufacture ballastless superstructure systems, receiving flattering feedback in terms of product life cycle and maintenance costs.
The huge experience acquired by the engineering team in this business is key for WEGH to meet the clients’ expectations and to tackle various issues with our characterising flexibility.
The synergetic collaboration with the Plants Manufacturing Division contributes to improving our production equipment, consequently enhancing quality.
The synergy with the Prefab Elements Division, on the other hand, allows for a reduction of costs.
The engineering and manufacture of specific equipment for the installation of our ballastless superstructure – the so-called ARIANNA system – speed up the works execution times and contribute to cost reductions.
A flexible and cohesive team of engineers having a significant expertise in the engineering of ballastless systems enable the company to design the various project stages.
A dedicated R&D Department is guarantee to continuous product improvement in terms of performance enhancement, cost-effectiveness and reliability.
The Prefab Element Manufacturing Division, in synergy with the Plants Manufacturing Division, continues to fine-tune process-specific procedures that are aimed at reducing the costs for processes and element transportation.
The Superstructures Function within the Division engineers suitable equipment for superstructure laying and implements the most suitable measures to face issues arising on our work sites.

The synergy among the various Business Units gives WEGH Group the opportunity to offer a comprehensive service and a specific know-how, which we have acquired throughout our long experience in innovative superstructures and draws from the new challenges posed by new projects or work sites.