Ineco shows its leadership in high-speed railway in Poland
Ineco, as a benchmark in Spanish high-speed railway, reaches on this occasion the railway infrastructure of Poland. Taking advantage of our presence at the Railway Direction Days event being held these days in Warsaw, Ineco's commercial director, Juan Ramón Hernández, and the deputy director of the Europe, Asia, Africa and Oceania land account, Pablo Ramos, explained on Polish television TVP World, our role in the Centralny Port Komunikacyjny (CPK) project, the largest infrastructure project in Polish history, and currently the largest infrastructure project in Europe. You can see the tv programme at this link.
In addition, Rocío Gutiérrez, Ineco's deputy director for the European delegation, was also present at Railway Direction Days, an event in which Pablo Ramos participated in one of the panels entitled "Business drivers of High-Speed Rail". Ramos highlighted Ineco's knowledge of high-speed rail. In his speech, Pablo described Ineco's experience and its advisory role in the CPK project, in the analysis and evaluation of technical standards for high-speed railway.
Railway Direction Days is an event organised by CPK with the participation of high-profile personalities such as Grażyna Ignaczak-Bandych, Minister of the Chancellery of the Presidency of Poland, Marcin Horala, Plenipotentiary of the Polish Government for the CPK project, Mark Brzezinski, US Ambassador to Poland, Agnis Driksna, CEO of Rail Baltica, and Mikolaj Wild, CEO of the CPK project.
Ineco's advice to the CPK project is possible thanks to Ineco's experience in the different high-speed railway projects in which it has participated, spread over several continents. Alta Velocidad Española, Rail Baltica (Baltic Republics), HS2 (United Kingdom), Texas Bullet Train (United States) or Haramain High Speed (Makka-Medinah) are some of the references that endorse the company's experience in this field.