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Site Name:
Bombardier Services Site
Site Type:
Legal Entity:
Bombardier Transportation UK Ltd. 
Crewe Heavy Maintenance
West Street
United Kingdom
Site Contact: Chris Cooney 
+44 1270 500333

Site Brochures

Site Fact Sheet (PDF 46 KB)


Key Information

Total area: 250,000 m2 

Main Products and Contracts 

  • Component Re-Engineering & Overhaul 
    (Bogies, Wheels & Traction – including Rewinds and Electrical Controls) 

Other Information 

  • Certified ISO 9001:2002 (Quality) 
  • Certified ISO 14001:1996 (Environmental Management System) 
  • Certified OHSAS 18001:1999 (Occupational Health & Safety Management) 
  • Link-Up (Supply Chain Audition by product) 
  • RoSPA Gold and RoSPA Gold Medal 
  • Investors in People 
  • RISAS Certified 
  • IRIS Certified 

Historical Milestones 

1840 Works originated as a construction and repair facility for the Grand Junction Railway.  Over 7,000 steam locomotives were built at Crewe between 1845 and 1958.
1923 Taken over by London & North Western Railway (LNWR) and subsequently by London Midland & Scottish Railway (LMSR)
1970  Became one of British Rail Engineering Ltd’s (BREL) Workshops
1989 BREL privatised and sold to consortium (ABB, Trafalgar House & Employees)
1991 New train construction ended and site became a vehicle and component repair centre
1992 ABB acquires 100% share of BREL Ltd to form ABB Transportation
1996 ABB & Daimler-Benz rail activities merge to form Adtranz
2001 Acquired by Bombardier