Central Rivers TMD is a railway locomotive maintenance depot, located in Burton on Trent, England. Built by Bombardier Transportation to create a single-point maintenance facility for their diesel multiple unit of British Rail Class 220 and 221, it came into operation on 8 September 2001.

The building has over 100 gas appliances heating the 14 meter high facility including overhead gas radiant heating, boilers and water heaters all with a combined output of over 4000kw

Tidyco climate control division undertake the annual maintenance and gas safety checks on all the depots appliances and attends to the sites reactive breakdowns.

Tidyco’s bespoke online planned maintenance system enables the engineers to complete the mandatory documentation and post the certification directly onto the customers dedicated portal for access 24/7.

Planned Maintenance Online
The web based Tidyco customer portal provides Bombardier with live access to up-to-date information relating to all aspects of planned maintenance schedules for any piece of equipment based on the asset tag. Using this Bombardier can track asset activity, identify schedules and costs for all items and download pdf service reports.

QR Code Asset Scanning
Every asset supplied and installed or serviced by Tidyco carries an asset identification label. Scanning the lables QR code automatically presents the asset details along with the planned maintenance schedule associated with it. Bombardier engineers can thus easily identify any asset and quickly get all the relevant information related to it and even book service visits or emergency attention right from a smart phone.

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