'Business as usual' for beleaguered Railtrack

29 November 2001
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29 November 2001

Railtrack is telling suppliers that it is "business as usual", despite the company going into receivership in early October.

In a letter to SM, Les Mosco, Railtrack's supply chain director, said that over the past 12-18 months, the train operator has overcome complex supply chain problems that existed under privatisation.

Mosco's comments are a rebuke to Les Anderson, Railtrack's former head of commercial and supply management for IT, who told SM that Railtrack had failed to integrate its supply chain.

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