Who Are We?
Our team consists of electrical and mechanical engineers, logistics specialists, project managers, and technical customer support personnel to provide services for Class I’s, regionals, shortlines and independent locomotive companies. We do it right the first time!
We are Driven by Quality
Bohr Electronics is an ISO 9001 registered supplier and has also received the Association of American Railroads (AAR)
M-1003 certificate of quality assurance.
“The Railway Supply Institute (RSI) connects members to their customers and represents the railroad supply industry in Washington, D.C. RSI is the only trade association representing the entire rail supply industry- manufacturers, distributors, and service providers to the freight car, locomotive, maintenance-of-way, communications, signaling, leasing, and passenger rail industries.”
“The American Short Line and Regional Railroad Association (ASLRRA) is a non-profit trade association that represents the interests of its 450 short line and regional railroad members in legislative and regulatory matters. Short line and regional railroads are an important and growing component of the railroad industry.”
“The LMOA is a non-profit organization consisting of railroaders and rail vendors for the sole mission to offer improvements and recommendations for a safer and more reliable rail operation. In addition, the LMOA’s mission also includes reducing maintenance costs, improving locomotive productivity, and reducing the environmental impact of locomotive operations and maintenance.”
“The American Public Transportation Association (APTA) is a nonprofit international association of more than 1,500 public and private sector member organizations. Benefits to our members include advocacy for federal funding and policies, research, technical expertise and consulting services, workforce development programs, educational conferences and seminars, and 135 subject-matter working committees.
APTA is the only association in North America that represents all modes of public transportation, including bus, paratransit, light rail, commuter rail, subways, waterborne services, and intercity and high-speed passenger rail. More than 90 percent of the people using public transportation in the United States and Canada ride APTA member systems.
Our membership is engaged in every aspect of the industry – from planning, designing, financing, constructing and operating transit systems to the research, development, manufacturing and maintenance of vehicles, equipment and transit-related products and services. Additionally, academic institutions, transportation network companies, transit associations and state departments of transportation are APTA members.”