Working with developing nations preparing a professional, certified and progressive Economic Rail Plan and then assisting them with its implementation and training of personnel. Current projects include three countries in Africa and two in the Caribbean.
The transcontinental railroad in the United States was completed in 1869, liking our great nation. The railroad built our great nation, linked us together, and helped us mobilize to win two world wars. Today developing nations have recognized the need to focus their own economic development plans around a rail network in order to move people, goods and agricultural products to a growing global population.
Railmark's current rail development plans are in the hands of three African countries and two in the Caribbean. These plans focus on the social and economic development through a focus on a modern rail transportation system. Central to Railmark's plans are the construction, maintenance and business development of these systems by the country itself so that it would never have to be dependent upon anyone or any company outside of its own boarders to operate, market and develop its own rail network. This will require training of their younger leaders in rail transportation.
In 2016 Railmark will begin hosting and training these future rail leaders from these developing countries so that they may bring rail technology and rail knowledge back to their own countries for implementation into their own rail network. The government's are limited on the number of people (mostly younger) that it can send, but many more want to participate in hopes of gaining a new career in the railroad industry in the country where they live.