About REMSA

REMSA was created in 1965 by the merger of the Association of Track and Structure Suppliers and the National Railway Appliances Association, two long-standing organizations in the railroad maintenance-of-way industry.  The association represents companies and individuals who manufacture or sell maintenance-of-way equipment, products, and services, or are engineers, contractors and consultants working in construction and/or maintenance of railroad transportation facilities. REMSA members constitute a large part of the maintenance-of-way industry. 
 
REMSA is an organization with a long and impressive past, and its focus is on the future. We have long standing alliances with the Federal Railroad Administration, Association of American Railroads, the American Railway Engineering and Maintenance-of-Way Association (AREMA), the Railway Systems Suppliers, Inc., the Railway Supply Institute, the National Railroad Construction and Maintenance Association, American Short Line and Regional Railroad Association, and the U.S. Congress, among others. These alliances keep the flow of communications strong and clear. 
 
The association sponsors the largest exhibit of maintenance-of-way equipment, products and services in the United States. REMSA members exhibit rail and track products, track maintenance equipment and services, safety devices and software that enables the railroad industry to work smarter. 
 
REMSA is proud to present its current members whose unique record of providing the railroad industry with the very best equipment, machines, and services for nearly a century is unsurpassed.
REMSA's Mission
is to provide global business development opportunities to members; to transfer knowledge about markets, products, and the industry to members and their customers; and to support government initiatives that advance the North American railroad industry