Design & Engineering
Industry trained engineers to give you the highest possible level of service.
What Can We Do?
Rowe Hankins professional engineers have worked in the rail industry for over 30 years and so have the experience to meet the requirements demanded by our customers and the Safety Authority.
We work to the 'V Project Structure' and utilise the IRIS standards to develop a product from design through to sale, working closely with the customer throughout the product development path.
From the conceptual, design stage through to the after-sales maintenance phase, Rowe Hankins will ensure that the level of work undertaken and the documentation provided will help customers maintain or receive acceptance and approval from the Safety Authority.
What Certification Do We Follow?
For the past 27 years, and now more than ever, Rowe Hankins Ltd is committed to continual development and growth through a complete understanding of customer, end-user and future rail market requirements.
Rowe Hankins holds ISO 9001 certification, is a Link-Up registered supplier and is pleased to announce that, for the sixth year in succession, has maintained its IRIS accreditation score following an audit in December 2015.
In 2010 Rowe Hankins was one of the first UK companies who manufacture and service product into and for the rail industry to achieve approval under the revised rules for the IRIS (International Rail Industry Standard) quality certification. Each year Rowe Hankins strive to build on the success of previous audits through a process of continual improvement in all areas, providing even more quality assurance for customers. This is reflected in the IRIS score which has subsequently increased from 61% in 2010 to 74% in December 2014 and up again in December 2015.
This year looks set to be an even more exciting and successful year for Rowe Hankins having secured a healthy forward order book and achieved Highly Commended at the final of the Rail Business Awards with the Non-Intrusive Current Monitoring (NIC) product - extensively used by Network Rail within their 'Intelligent Infrastructure' initiative to measure and detect current variations and move from a 'find and fix' to a 'predict and prevent' methodology of track-side plant maintenance, as well as being awarded 2 nationally acclaimed awards in 2015.