UWC, the largest producer of freight cars in Russia, will build the additional flat cars at their Tikhvin production site.
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Czech carrier, Leo Express, is to operate trains between Prague and Wroclaw in cooperation with Polish operator, Koleje Dolnośląskie.
With the addition of six more electric trains to the existing order, FSE now expects to be operating 11 electric trains by 2020.
The TRAXX DC3 locomotive is now the most modern and efficient locomotive operating under direct current in Poland.
Alstom and Nederlandse Spoorwegen unveil a new production line for Coradia Stream trains in Katowice, Poland.
Poland’s rail network continues to be improved with the procurement of three modern six-axle electric locomotives.
PKP PLK awards PORR with its fifth contract, appointing the company to complete the modernisation of an essential railway line.
Free, wireless internet access is one of the most commonly expected standards of the 21st century, and so PKP Intercity are updating their vehicles accordingly.
The deployment of Thales’s signalling systems, which are fully compatible with European standards for rail transport, marks an important milestone for the country as it achieves greater integration with its European Union partners…
The Polish company, PKP Polskie Linie Kolejowe, has awarded the contract to modernise their critical communications network, which is expected to enhance reliability and safety of nationwide railway operations…
The President of the Urząd Transportu Kolejowego (the Polish railway authority and market regulator) has granted LEO Express with open access on the Kraków-Prague route.
A contract has been signed between PKP LHS and NEWAG S.A, for modernising 10 ST44 diesel locomotives.
Alstom has started the operations of overhaul on the first of 20 Pendolino trains to have reached 1.2 million kilometres.
DB Cargo and GE Transportation have signed an agreement to digitise 250 locomotives across Germany, U.K, France and Poland over the next five years.
13 October 2015 | By Kate Douetil
Alstom’s high speed Pendolino trains have set a new standard for railway travel in Poland by reaching 5 million kilometres in revenue service.