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[12.12.2019] The long wait has paid off: in the new online shop of SCI Verkehr GmbH, in addition to the well-known MultiClient Studies, new formats such as market reports, factsheets and excel documents on markets, products and manufacturers are also available now.

"Now our customers have even more targeted access to our data, facts, forecasts and analyses and can select individually what is important to them. Beyond the familiar contents of our MultiClient Studies, we also offer reliable estimates and forecasts for the global rail and bus markets," explains Chief Executive Officer Maria Leenen. "In the past, we have repeatedly been asked by customers whether it is also possible to purchase short but very up-to-date reports on individual countries, manufacturers and their products. We are closing this gap with the expanded formats of our new online shop." With the help of a powerful content management system and the established worldwide database, SCI Verkehr is now in a position to provide the industry with even more up-to-date and reliable information about markets and players.

The new SCI market reports are published on various sub-areas of the railway and logistics industry. They provide a compact overview of definitions, inventory and forecast data as well as current trends in the respective markets in written and graphic form. All data contained in the reports are optionally available in a clearly arranged Excel data annex. SCI Verkehr currently offers market reports on regional markets in the electric locomotive, light rail vehicle and bus segments.

In its new company factsheets, SCI Verkehr clearly presents key KPIs, structures, projects,
geographical activities or production sites of players in the railway industry. The first factsheets
are available now."The current offer is only the beginning. We will expand our product range step by step - regular visits are worthwhile," adds Maria Leenen.