About the Rail Supply Group

RSG is supported

by the Department for Transport, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, and the whole railway industry, including major clients, infrastructure managers, train operators and suppliers.

RSG is delivering

opportunities for the UK supply chain to win new business, both at home and abroad, as well as supporting UK SMEs.

RSG invites

participation and contributions from all in the industry, to strengthen the capability and competitiveness of the UK rail supply chain.

RSG complements

the work of existing industry organisations, through our partnership with the Rail Delivery Group (RDG) and work with trade associations.

Williams-Shapps Plan for Rail

20th May 2021

20th May 2021 The Rail Supply Group (RSG) welcomes the Williams-Shapps Review (PDF) and the long-term Government commitment to prioritise the needs of passengers and freight under the new single body, Great British Railways. The review presents a once in a generation opportunity to transform the sector and the rail supply chain is ready to […]

Build Back Better

12th May 2021

12 May 2021 by Darren James The Government wants the UK to “Build Back Better” after the COVID-19 pandemic. That is why the industry has launched a Work Pipeline Visibility Charter, which is asking the UK rail industry to play its part in meeting its Rail Sector Deal commitments by making the development, design, procurement and delivery of rail projects more effective than they have been in the […]

Industry-wide Work Pipeline Visibility Charter Launched

9th May 2021

10th May, 2021 Today, the Rail Supply Group launches a new industry-wide initiative, a Work Pipeline Visibility Charter backed by Network Rail, HS2, the Department for Transport and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. The RSG Charter is aimed at businesses across the UK that supply services, or products to the rail sector. […]

Open data: A good thing

16th April 2021

By James Bain, Rail Supply Group’s ‘Mobility and Data’ Champion and CEO Worldline UK and Ireland It looks like there is light at the end of the Covid tunnel at last, but there is still a long line to run before we get back to anywhere near normal, whatever normal means in these strange times. […]