Sixteen of the eighteen Railcare apprentices have taken up offers to resume their employment under German-based Knorr-Bremse RailServices, who took over the company two weeks ago.
The remaining two apprentices had already found new work elsewhere.
Mark Cooper, managing director of Knorr-Bremse RailServices, said: "My colleagues and I here at Knorr-Bremse RailServices are delighted that sixteen apprentices have chosen to join us in the new company and to complete their training here. I have always believed in apprenticeships and that we should be encouraging young people into the company and into the rail industry.
"We have one of the finest schemes in the rail industry here as has been recently recognised with an award, thanks to the efforts of David Hilliard and his team. We will now be able to invest in the highest levels of training for our apprentices and employees going forward, which benefits us and brings skills into the UK rail industry."
Railcare, which has bases in both Springburn in Glasgow and Wolverton near Milton Keynes, went into administration in August.