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Global Rail was founded in July 2007 by a group of industry experts having vast experience in railway projects in Malaysia. It has grown over the years to serve the railway industry in Malaysia with its expertise in the field of electrification, signalling and communication for both metro and mainline. This scope of expertise also involves design, supply of materials, installation, testing and commissioning, project management and maintenance.

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Concentrating on the customer’s needs and adapting the work process to achieve results effectively and efficiently is an integral part of our corporate philosophy. Global Rail strives to provide top quality services at a competitive price. It aims to deliver not only fast, innovative and total systems solutions, but improved after-sales service that enables customers to achieve their business goals.


Our in-house resources have expertise in various standards and best practices. These are recognised and required in the railway sectors of various countries including Malaysia, United Kingdom, Australia and Europe.


We are ISO 9001, 14001, 18001 certified company. Our accreditation ensures utmost safety and high quality services. We are associated with international bodies to constantly monitor the quality of our manpower.




Global Rail Sdn Bhd to be roped in as a partner for Gemas-JB rail job

A China consortium comprising China Railway Construction Co (CRCC), China Railway Engineering Co (CREC) and China Communications Construction is expected to take up to 70% in the RM10billion Gemas-JB EDTP project while the remaining 30% will be held by SIPP Rail Sdn Bhd.

The China consortium will be in charge in the civil work by bringing in its technology from China and outsource the signalling work. Global Rail Sdn Bhd may be the responsible partner for design, engineering, installation, testing and commissioning of the rail project.

The Gemas-JB project involves 197km of double tracks, stations, electric trains, depots, land viaduct, bridges, electrification and signalling systems. Construction is speculated to commence this year and require 4 years to complete. Travelling time from Johor to KL will be reduced from 6 to 3.5 hours upon completion.



Sharen Kaur. (2016, JUNE 24). SIPP may be shortlisted for Gemas-JB rail job. New Straits Times, p. B4




Bombardier Transportation and Global Rail Sdn. Bhd. Win Contract to Provide Rail Control for Second Line of Malaysia’s Klang Valley MRT



Within the consortium, Bombardier A Bombardier Transportation-Global Rail Sdn. Bhd. consortium has won the contract to provide the rail control and signalling system including platform screen doors (PSD) for the second line of Malaysia’s new Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit (KVMRT) network – Sungai Buloh-Serdang-Putrajaya (SSP) Line. The six-year contract, awarded by Mass Rapid Transit Corporation Sdn. Bhd. (MRT Corp), the owner and developer of the KVMRT project, has an overall value of approximately RM433 million.

Fan Boon Heng, Managing Director, Global Rail Sdn. Bhd expressed pleasure to work alongside Bombardier on this latest important project for Malaysia’s growth. He hopes the partnership of globally-proven technology and experience matched with extensive local knowledge and expertise will be able to provide the best transportation solution for the heavily-populated Greater Kuala Lumpur area.

Peter Cedervall, President Rail Control Solutions, Bombardier Transportation said, the award of contract reflects customer’s confidence in their technology and delivery and they hope the partnership will further contribute to developing Malaysia’s railway system and local rail expertise.

will provide the design and engineering of the proven solution for driverless operation as well as onboard equipment. Global Rail will be responsible for the PSD including automatic platform gates and the installation of the signalling solution. The contract will be delivered alongside project delivery partner MMC-Gamuda JV, responsible for the integrated delivery of the different civil works packages for the Line.


Bombardier Transportation and Global Rail Sdn. Bhd. Win Contract to Provide Rail Control for Second Line of Malaysia’s Klang Valley MRT. (2016, MAY 26). Marketwired.



The Bombardier-Global Rail group won systems work package of MRT contracts for SSP Line worth RM458.02 million 



The recipients of the latest four packages of mass rapid transit (MRT) contracts for the Sungai Buloh-Serdang-Putrajaya (SSP) Line were revealed recently and Consortium of Bombardier Malaysia Sdn Bhd and Global Rail Sdn Bhd has won a systems work package worth RM458.02 million.

The work package covers the engineering, procurement, construction, testing and commissioning of the signalling and train control system of SSP Line. This is the second time the Bombardier-Global Rail group has been awarded system work package after contracting to the signalling and train control system for the MRT SBK Line.

The latest contracts were awarded following a procurement committee meeting chaired by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak. Both technical and commercial aspects were evaluated in selection process and the successful bidders were based on the best evaluated tender. With the award of the packages, the SSP Line could now move full steam ahead.


Zarina Zakariah. (2016, MAY 13). IJM, MRCB among winners of MRT work packages. New Straits Time.

MRCB, IJM and Apex among winners of RM4.2b MRT line 2 jobs. (2016, MAY 13). The Star.

Nur Hanani Azman. (2016, MAY 13). MRT Corp anugerah kontrak RM4.19bilion. Utusan Malaysia, UtusanBiz, p.20