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EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE

Go Rail is an Estonian company based on private capital, whose main areas of activity are the provision of freight transport services on railways and maintenance and refurbishment of locomotives and rail construction machines. We also offer shunting services in stations, terminals and on industrial railways. Our rolling stock fleet consists from various types of locomotives and wagons. We carry out rolling stock maintenance, repairs and conversions at our depot in Maardu. We have more than 100 years of experience in the railway sector. In everyday business, we value sustainable management, the environment and safety, and strive to be a reliable and secure partner for our customers. We are part of the Go Group, with more than 1,000 employees and five main business areas: railway, public transport, national defence, real estate and tourism. In addition to rolling stock management and freight carriage, the group also deals with railway repair and maintenance and freight logistics.

FREIGHT CARRIAGE

CONVERSION OF ROLLING STOCK

REPAIR OF COMPONENTS

HISTORY OF GO RAIL

1870

 Go Rail traces its history back to 1870, when the Baltic railway was completed and train transport became available between Estonia and Russia.

1992

The state-owned company Estonian Railways (Eesti Raudtee, EVR) was set up to manage the country’s railways.

1998

Joint undertaking EVR Ekspress was established on the basis of EVR’s international passenger transport department, with its principal activity being the operation of international train paths.

2005

o Group acquired the EVR Express’ shares, the company was merged with group and renamed Go Rail.

2019

We expanded our operations by introducing rail freight carriage.

2021

We opened a training centre to educate a new generation of train drivers and provide further training.

TRAINING CENTRE

Go Rail’s training centre offers general training for train drivers, certification training for train drivers and periodic further training for train drivers for certificate renewal. The activities of the training centre are licensed by the Ministry of Education and Research.

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