About XBR Electronics Ltd
XBR Electronics Ltd
An Electronic Centre, servicing Rail needs has existed on this site since the 1960s.
Its 1994 and the British Rail Southern Region Electronics Repair Centre or the "lab as it was affectionately known "is consigned to history" in the wake of a newly privatised Rail industry.
Realising the continuing need for a “Lab” servicing Rail electronics, XBR Electronics Ltd was formed by the former management of the “Lab”, Martyn Clare, Andrew Poar and David Porter, the Directors, "it rose like a phoenix from the post apocolyptic de-nationalisation of the rail industry and shone like an entrepreneurial beacon".
Within 3 months of the Closure, the “Lab” had been re invented as XBR Electronics Ltd, re equipped, and was providing a service to many of the emerging new rail businesses. Within the first year a Quality Management System had been developed and subsequently accredited to BS EN ISO 9002. We continue to provide a Quality Electronic Service with a management standard audited to BS EN ISO 9001:2015, to not only the Rail industry but to all industry.
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