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WHO WE ARE
Railnet International is a US based corporation out of the state of Florida that specializes in the Designing, Building, Operation, and Maintenance of Railroad Systems. Established and managed by a team of railway professionals with over 400 years combined experience. Railnet offers a comprehensive infrastructure package from project planning, design implementation and construction to operations maintenance. This makes Railnet a single point of responsibility or one stop shop for railway projects built to suit the needs of our clients.
Railnet specializes in turnkey railway infrastructure under Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT), Design-Build-Operate-Maintain (DBOM) and Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) contracts under various technical and legal structures.
Aside from building railway infrastructure projects, Railnet can also offer an integrated transportation plan for passenger and freight transportation. We propose a smooth and seamless transfer for connections with ships, buses, taxis and trains to ensure minimal
passenger waiting. Total rail services will be provided to accommodate the needs of the people.
ECOWAS RAIL SYSTEM
Railnet is in the development and planning stages of an 18,000km Pan-African railway system that will interconnect several Economic community of West Africa (ECOWAS) nations including Mali, Senegal, The Gambia, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Cote D'Ivoire, Liberia, and Nigeria.
G-Rail is Ghana's proposed new railway. The combined passenger and freight service will serve the various mining, mineral deposit, and agricultural regions throughout the country while improving transit and shipping times throughout the country, as well as the entire West African region. The system will cover over 2000km route miles with over 4000km of track.
MALI AND SENEGAL
The Dakar to Bamako section will consist of upgrading a 1,228km railway to standard gauge between the border with Senegal and Bamako in Mail. This will improve the connectivity between Dakar Port in Senegal and landlocked Mali. By offering multi-modal transport options costs of moving goods will be much cheaper allowing the region to thrive.