Exploring the Future of Stainless Steel in Rail Bridges with University of Canterbury


Yesterday, we had the pleasure of hosting Ms. Ke Jiang and her team from the University of Canterbury at our Taurus workshops. They are conducting research on the potential long-term cost benefits of using stainless steel in rail bridges, despite the high initial costs.

Taurus, with our extensive experience in manufacturing and our workshops for both stainless steel and carbon steel, is excited to potentially play a role in this important research project.

“Our collaboration aims to leverage our manufacturing expertise to support innovative research that could lead to more cost-effective and durable solutions in the rail industry,” said General Manager, Shane Smith.

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