A maintenance entity (ECE/ECM rail) plays a major role in the safety of the European railway system by ensuring that the vehicles under its responsibility are in safe working order through its maintenance system.
: supervision and coordination of other ECE functions Ensuring railway safety
of the interview: maintenance of interview records in connection with feedback and risk analyses.
Maintenance Management: Scheduling and organization of maintenance operations. Return to operation of vehicles.
Realization or execution
of the maintenance: execution of the maintenance and return to service of the vehicles.
Masteris offers its clients a global or partial JIT service according to their needs:
In-depth and exhaustive expertise to determine the root causes of anomalies
Comprehensive engineering studies for a real and assumed action plan
Tailor-made maintenance solutions
Masteris, a subsidiary of the SNCF Matériel domain, has the diversity of industrial infrastructures and all the recognised and exhaustive know-how that makes SNCF maintenance and engineering an international reference. By relying on our network of partners, we support our customers in various fields of railway activities requiring ECE supervision.
EUROSTAR: integration of TBL1+ on the E300
E300 TRAMWAY: optimisation of the maintenance cycle.
Technical supervision of a fleet of 200 locomotives under full service contract in Europe.
The partners selected by Masteris carry out more than 15,000 maintenance operations per year in Europe.
Masteris intervenes until 2025 for MESEA, maintainer of the SEA Tours-Bordeaux High Speed Line, as ECE for the maintenance of 2 draisines, 2 ZCA tamping machines and a stabilizer wagon.
Masteris pilots the ECE B, C and D services provided by SNCF for Akiem (more than 200 electric and diesel locomotives) and ETF (6 diesel locomotives) customers.
Masteris helped the railway company operating the TER of Dakar, SETER, to set up a ECE-type organisation in only 5 months thanks to its expertise.
Masteris, which has been ECE certified since May 2019, is developing future projects for construction machinery and passenger cars for international traffic.
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