VR and the Finnish Ministry of Transport are to begin new negotiations prior to the current contract ending in December 2020.
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In response to the European Commission's EU Green Deal, European rail CEOs recently met in Brussels to discuss the new approach to sustainable mobility.
At the 13th annual award ceremony, Geert Pauwels became the first CEO of a rail freight company to receive the European Railway Award.
Following Alstom's acquisition of Bombardier Transportation, the company will have a backlog of approximately €75 billion and revenues of €15.5 billion.
The Mireo trainsets are set for operation on the Lausitz regional network following DB Regio winning the contract for the network in December 2019.
Following the acquisition of Macquarie Europe Rail’s rolling stock leasing business, Akiem Group now owns a diverse portfolio of over 600 locomotives.
In order to ensure the growth of the rail freight industry, ERFA has stressed the need for regulation revisions and a more ambitious approach from the EC.
Albanian Railways has awarded a consortium the contract for the consulting and technical assistance services for the new project to upgrade rail connections with the country’s capital, Tirana.
Following the acquisition of AEbt Angewandte Eisenbahnteknik GmbH in January 2020, CERTIFER has now entered the German, Austrian and Swiss market.
Representing a €160 million investment from ŽSSK, the new EMUs will provide passengers with a wide range of modernised benefits.
The hopper cars have the potential to increase Russia's rail network’s carrying capacity and reduce the price of transporting freight.
Following the acquisition of Rail Time Polska Sp. z.o.o. in 2019, ÖBB Rail Cargo Group's Carrier network has now expanded into 12 European countries.
The new train sets for DSB will contribute to supporting a further reduction of carbon emissions from rail transport in Denmark.
Deutsche Bahn's new trains, provided by Stadler, will operate on the Rostock–Berlin–Dresden intercity line as of 8 March 2020.
Alstom's Coradia Continental battery-electric trains will be used for regional traffic on the 80 kilometres of non-electrified line between the cities of Chemnitz and Leipzig.