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In 2011, LTK Engineering Services and Norman Disney & Young (NDY) established a partnership to offer complete rail engineering services for clients in Australia, New Zealand, Asia and Africa. NDY was recently acquired by another firm, giving LTK the opportunity to purchase NDYLTK outright.
Chi Ping Luk, Managing Director of NDYLTK, will remain in that role with LTK Australia, which will continue to operate offices in Melbourne and Sydney.
Since 1921, now with offices in 21 cities around the world, LTK Engineering has a staff of more than 400 that includes more than 300 engineers and other professionals with expertise in all areas of passenger rail. LTK has participated in the planning, design and development of nearly every rail transit system in North America, “providing unmatched technical expertise and managerial capabilities in rail vehicle engineering, rail systems engineering (traction power, overhead wiring, signaling and train control; communications systems and supervisory control; rail systems integration; and rail maintenance facilities), revenue systems and technology, and operations planning and simulation.”
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