Rail fleet maintenance and lifecycle services for sustainable transportation

Enabling world’s most sustainable rail traffic with smart FleetCare


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About us

VR FleetCare is a a multi-brand railroad vehicle maintenance company enabling world’s most sustainable rail traffic. We offer our customers high-quality rail fleet repair, maintenance and lifecycle services related to fleet technology, both in the Nordic and Baltic countries. 

We are a subsidiary of the Finnish rail operator VR Group. VR FleetCare employs approximately 1,000 employees and its annual net sales are approximately EUR 200 million.

We ensure that our customer’s rail fleet is always taken care of smartly, safely, in all circumstances and in all conditions. 


Contact Info

Headquarters VR FleetCare
Radiokatu 3,
00240 Helsinki,

Tel (switchboard): +358 29 43 43 
Email: sales.fleetcare@vr.fi
Personal email: firstname.surname@vr.fi

Helsinki Depot
Veturitie 20,
00240 Helsinki

Machine workshop, Pieksämäki
Vanha Jäppiläntie 60,
76120 Pieksämäki


Switches play a key role in ensuring smooth railway operations. A switch is used at a railway junction to steer trains from one track to another. Last year, switch failures caused over 5,000 disruptions to traffic in Finland. To enhance the monitoring of the condition of switches, VR FleetCare, a company offering railway fleet management, and the Finnish Transport Infrastructure Agency (FTIA), which is in charge of Finnish railways and their development, have launched a joint pilot project focused on collecting and analysing data to obtain real-time information about the condition of switches.
Watch the video and find out how we have built up the modern data platform around AWS -services. And how data-driven maintenance will, in addition to creating significant cost savings for the rail fleet owners, increase safety and enhance the usability of the rolling stock.
Bogies are the most significant components of the rail fleet in terms of lifecycle costs and traffic safety. VR FleetCare, which invests in data-driven and preventive rail fleet maintenance, and EKE-Electronics specialising in train information systems have agreed on a product development project concerning the bogie condition monitoring. The new analysis and optimisation methods developed as a result of this agreed cooperation will significantly improve the rail fleet maintenance.