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Universal Rail acquires Oakville’s Condor

Universal Rail acquires Oakville’s Condor

OAKVILLE, ONT. — North American Rail Solutions, through its Canadian subsidiary Universal Rail Systems, has announced it has acquired Condor Signals and Communications of Oakville, Ont.

Condor, a provider of rail signals and communications services across North America, will operate as part of the Universal Rail signals group and maintain its offices in Oakville, stated a release. In addition, Condor will continue to provide manufactured products such as rail switch heaters, bungalows and racking systems under the Condor tradename.

Universal, with headquarters in Edmonton, is a provider of turnkey railroad construction, repair, maintenance, inspection and terminal services for rail infrastructure at industrial, class one, government and transit sites in Canada.

North American is the largest provider of industrial rail services in North America. It operates out of 25 offices in the U.S. and Canada

“We are thrilled to have Condor join our signals team and look forward to continuing to grow together,” stated Universal CEO Tim McMillan in a statement. “This acquisition also adds a line of quality Condor signals products, now available to our customers across Canada.”

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