PACE Networks Limited

01285 323 525

Company overvew

PACE Networks Limited works to connect major European manufacturers and the UK and Ireland’s railway electrification and power distribution and transmission markets.

Its technology portfolio includes:

  • Railway electrification infrastructure.
  • Rail plant equipment.
  • Transmission and distribution infrastructure.
  • Substation infrastructure.
  • Low voltage power equipment.

These innovative products are designed to improve safety, enhance reliability, increase whole-life value, and reduce whole-life cost. And PACE Networks Limited’s commitment to due diligence ensures that solutions are technically, as well as commercially, robust.

PACE Networks strives to become an extension of its clients’ teams. This might mean serving as a product and technical provision partner for challenging projects, or as a valued stock and logistics partner.

Manufacturing partners

PACE Networks communicates with the power grid and rail electrification industries (including operators, contractors, and design houses) on a daily basis. In the electrification market, its manufacturing partners include:

  • Bonomi.
  • Omnia.
  • Morris Line Engineering.
  • Rebosio.

These partners help to deliver a portfolio of products that have been deployed on all Network Rail’s recent UK electrification schemes. HS2-ready products are also available.

PACE Network limited’s electrification infrastructure stockholding includes:

  • Omnia cantilevers.
  • Bonomi droppers.
  • Steady arms.
  • Assorted clamps and brackets.

Thanks to this stockholding, the company can meet installers’ immediate requirements quickly and efficiently.

Rail technologies

Key rail projects

PACE Networks Limited has delivered a wide range of rail projects, including:

  • Edinburgh Glasgow Improvement Programme.
  • North West Electrification Programme.
  • Rutherglen and Coatbridge.
  • Midland Mainline Electrification.
  • Walsall Rugeley Electrification.
  • Northwest Sparks – Phase 4 Manchester to Preston.
  • Shotts Line Electrification.
  • Gospel Oak Barking.