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Scheidt & Bachmann Polska

Since 1997 Scheidt & Bachmann operates under the name Scheidt & Bachmann Polska z o.o. in Poland. You can find us in Lubon (near Poznan) where we offer Signalling Systems for railways, and in Warsaw where we offer parking management systems.

Scheidt & Bachmann Polska Automatyka Kolejowa in Luboń, offers Signaling Systems for railways, such as a Level Crossing System BUES2000 (level crossings of categories A, B and C) and Interlocking System ZSB2000.

The Electronical Level Crossing System BUES 2000 defines new standards for rail safety devices. More than 3000 levelcorssings served by BUES 2000 worldwide and nearly 500 levelcrossings in Poland confirm, Scheidt & Bachmann's extensive experience and flexibility.

Since 2009 Avista Sp. z o.o. is part of the Scheidt & Bachmann family.

Avista is the leader of producing stationary ticket machines (almost 500 units) in Poland. These solutions successfully operate within electronic Fare Collection Systems in Warsaw, Wroclaw, Gdansk, Bydgoszcz and Lublin.

Avista does not neglect the railway traffic market. The company developed and implemented the fourth generation of ticket machines and modified its mobile software to support new mobile devices (CASIO IT 9000). It introduced as well railway ticket sales in stationary machines, integrating in one device the sales of tickets to various carriers for which Avista has been honoured with “Lokomotywa Rynku Kolejowego”, and solutions that include the sale of railway tickets as well as on mobile vending machines.

Sebastian Borowski, Avista board chairman, says: "We attach great importance to being more than just a supplier to our customers. We see ourselves as a long-term partner responsible for the success of our clients." 

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