Remcan Launches Material Handling Service Railway Safety Tips

5 Railway Safety Tips to Prepare Your Workers

Working on the railway is a dangerous job. With most trains operating at speeds of up to 150 miles per hour, installing and maintaining the track and infrastructure required to keep those trains moving is a feat in itself. Without the proper controls and railway safety training in place, it’s easy to walk on the …

How to Choose the Right Railway Contractor for the Job

Railway maintenance and construction is a huge investment and a big risk for a track owner and operator to continue running smoothly. Which is why choosing an experienced, trustworthy, and knowledgeable partner is essential to the success of your upcoming railway project. Whether you need to make repairs to your existing track, install new signals …

Remcan Hits 10 Year Anniversary Milestone

We are pleased to announce today, March 30th, is the 10th anniversary of the founding of Remcan Projects. It is on this day, 10 years ago, that a very small and dedicated team with ideas, ambition and drive started working to change this industry. Looking back, much has been achieved in our first 10 years as …

The Resurgence of Rail in Canada’s Economy

The Resurgence of Rail in Canada’s Economy

Recently, the Canadian National (CN) Railway announced a very strong quarter. According to Luc Jobin, President and CEO of CN Rail, it was “one that caps the solid year of performance both financial and operating, including significant improvements in terms of safety, service, and productivity.” This is exciting news for Remcan, considering our business relies …

Railway Operations for all Seasons

How to Prepare Your Railway Operations for All Seasons

When it comes to railway maintenance and construction in the railway industry, we deal with a lot of uncontrollable situations. Cold and snow were the biggest factors in 2016, hitting record snowfalls and freezing temperatures across Canada. But with the CN Railway transporting $250 billion worth of goods annually, their essential railway operations can’t stop …