Perpetuum has moved to new, larger headquarters, located near Southampton, United Kingdom. The new headquarters accommodates Perpetuum’s 76 employees, including its growing teams of talented engineers who are transforming asset management for an ever-increasing number of passenger and freight operators around the world.
The new Headquarters will also provide increased production space for providing the next generation of Perpetuum products and more test facilities to accommodate the growth in sales and the product’s expanding applications.
“As more train operators have chosen Perpetuum’s RCM solution, so our talent pool of experts has grown too,” explains Steve Turley, CEO of Perpetuum. “Our highly-qualified engineering and technical teams develop our uniquely differentiated solutions which enable rail asset managers to see in real time the “in flight” condition of their rolling stock and track hundreds of miles away from their asset.”
Perpetuum’s move to the new Headquarters follows a significant period of growth, driven by the company’s ability to deliver outstanding results for customers who are able to save time in scheduling maintenance when it is required and thus improving the efficiency of their rolling stock.
“We are very excited by the move and what the future holds for Perpetuum,” says Steve. “It marks the next step in our growth and development as a pivotal player in the rail industry.”