UIC rail supplier from China
The International Union of Railways, referred to as UIC, was established in Paris, the capital of France, according to the proposal of the International Economic Conference held in Genoa in December 1922. At that time, 46 railway institutions from 27 countries participated. By January 1983, there were 68 railway institutions and 15 railway institutions. A body in which railway-related organizations participate. The purpose is to improve the conditions of railway development and railway construction and achieve standardization for the benefit of international transportation.
At present, the two models UIC54 and UIC60 are most used in international railway construction. There are Baotou Iron and Steel, Hebei Iron and Steel, Wuhan Iron and Steel, Panzhihua Iron and Steel, and other steel factories in China that can produce these two models. GloryRail supplies a large number of UIC rails to the international market, and has rich experience in processing and transporting ultra-long rails.