//History

2018

Rebranding to Rhomberg Sersa North America

Sersa Total Track and its sister company Rhomberg Sersa Rail Canada (established 2014), specializing in track systems technologies and innovative railway products, merge to Rhomberg Sersa North America to become one of the leading North American companies in track maintenance for urban transit systems (LRT, Subways), Class 1 and Short Line Railways and slab track technology and innovative track systems.

2017

Restructuring

Sersa Total Track undergoes a restructuring process where the traditional ballast track machinery is parted from to focus on track maintenance utilizing ballast cleaning machines, rail grinding and milling technologies as well as the Group's vast knowledge of slab track construction and its innovative products.

2015

100% Ownership

The owners of Rhomberg Sersa Rail Group take over 100% of the company shares to beccome full owners of Sersa Total Track.

2012

Merger of Rhomberg Rail and Sersa Rail

Due to the merger of the two well established rail companies Rhomberg Rail and Sersa Group, Sersa Total Track becomes an integrated member of the Rhomberg Sersa Rail Group, with headquarters in Austria and Switzerland. Sersa Total Track is now able to offer the entire scope from ballast to slab track construction, renewal and maintenance.

2011

Business Expansion to Western Canada

After investing in a new ballast cleaning machine new projects were acquired in Alberta and British Columbia. Since then follow-up projects were successfully acquired.

2010

Significant Investments into Major Plant

Operations expanded with the addition of several high performance machines.

2009

Integration into Sersa Rail

Total Track becomes an entity of the Swiss based rail company Sersa Group with its HQ in Zurich, Switzerland

1999

Founding of Total Track

Tim and Sue Mann found Total Track in Mallorytown.