Freedman Seating Company will be exhibiting alongside USSC Group at the 2015 APTA Rail Conference at the Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City, UT from June 21-22. Freedman Seating continues its active participation with the American Public Transportation Association’s efforts in advocating for High Speed Rail transportation throughout North America. Booth 403 will feature both passenger and driver seats.
On display at Booth 403:
4ONE Aries passenger seats are the industry leader, the number one choice for rail. Aries seats are designed to withstand the daily rigors of passenger use. Its space-saving shape provides more hip-to-knee room, added leg room and ease of entering and departing.
The Sophia seat is lightweight and highly styled seat for commuter and regional trains with an ergonomic design. A break effect on the seat cushion prevents a passenger from sliding forward. Includes a winged headrest for added comfort.
The solid tubular frame and high backrest shell is built from steel in order to minimize the maintenance costs and to extend the product life cycle.
About the conference:
Workshops and technical sessions cover timely issues of widespread interest in operations, technology, safety, security, planning, finance, capital projects, and the technical aspects of providing all modes of rail service: urban, commuter, high-speed, and intercity. This conference features the industry’s premier products and services showcase to learn more about advances in railroad and rail transit markets.
Who should attend:
Rail agency mid-level and top management, engineers, maintenance and safety professionals, operations staff, equipment designers, board members and policymakers, government agency staff, suppliers, consultants, and contractors.
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“A commitment to the High-Speed, Metro and Commuter passenger rail market continues to be a focus for Freedman Seating and we are excited to participate and support the efforts of APTA." Steve Orzech Jr., Business Development Manager for Rail at Freedman Seating.