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The Rutherglen And Coatbridge

The Rutherglen And Coatbridge Electrification project was a line that linked into the main Edinburgh Glasgow Improvement programme. Electrification of the line was announced in May of 2013 with an original target completion date of 2019. However, due to the upcoming commonwealth games, there was a decision taken to accelerate that to a September 2014 completion. This put a lot of pressure on the project and suppliers to expedite all activities and products. PACE managed the communications regarding delivering Cantilevers, Fittings, Insulators and Earth Switches to the project in less than half the standard lead time, enabling the project to stay within its target dates.

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