European Federation of Railway Trackworks Contractors (EFRTC)

Visiting address

Rue de Berri 9

75 008

Paris

Postal address

Rue Eucosider 2

Petange, Luxembourg , L-4714

France / Luxembourg

Contact

Tel +33 1 4413 3196

Fax +33 1 4413 3197

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Association information

EFRTC was founded in 1997. Membership consists of national federations, or where these do not exist national coordinators, representing the majority of specialist trackwork contractors for countries that are members of the European Union (EU), or the European Free Trade Area (EFTA). National federations and coordinators from other countries may be admitted as associate members. The principal objective of the EFRTC is to promote the common interests of its members - the specialist European trackwork contractors. It does this by:

  • Promoting the liberalisation and harmonisation of the European market for track construction, renewal and maintenance, to be carried out by effective and competitive private sector contractors to the satisfaction of their customers
  • Making representations to the European Commission, governments and public bodies, railway infrastructure managers, railway operators, and their representative associations such as the UIC, the EIM and the CER
  • Participating in drafting the European Standards applicable to our specialisation while complying with criteria for interoperability
  • Promoting technical innovation and improvements in safety, quality, competency and the environment