Angel Trains and Chiltern Railways have joined forces with Stratasys and DB ESG to trial the first 3D printed parts ever deployed within an in-service passenger train in the UK.
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TransPennine Express (TPE) has officially welcomed the first of its brand new Nova 1 trains following formal acceptance from the Office of Rail and Road.
Angel Trains, ESG Rail and Stratasys have collaborated to work on the UK’s first 3D printing manufacturing solution.
The new fleet for Hull Trains will provide more in terms of customer service, as well as shorter journey times and reduced pollution.
Overall, TransPennine Express is introducing three fleets of new trains, altogether providing 13 million extra seats per year between major cities across England and Scotland.
Malcolm Brown is leaving the position of CEO at Angel Trains and will be replaced by their current Chief Operating Officer.
In the TransPennine Express’s Nova 1 fleet, 19 new five carriage trains, harnessing Japanese bullet train technology, will enter service in 2019…
Raising over £1.1 billion, Angel Trains shows an appetite to compete in the new build and refurbished passenger trains market…
With the news that Angel Trains, along with its partners Alstom and Grand Central, have delivered the UK’s first ETCS-enabled Class 180 trains, Global Railway Review sits down with Mark Hicks, Technical Director at Angel Trains and Michael O’Keefe, Project Manager on the Class 180.
Angel Trains Ltd has delivered the first UK Designated Body (DeBo) certified Class 180 train fitted with the new European Train Control System (ETCS) to Grand Central in readiness for the introduction of the digital signalling system on the East Coast Mainline.
14 June 2017 | By Adeline Ginn, Founder of Women in Rail and General Counsel at Angel Train
Adeline Ginn, Founder of Women in Rail and General Counsel at Angel Trains speaks to Global Railway Review about gender inequality in the work place and what the rail sector is and should be doing to combat this.
11 July 2016 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Global Railway Review
Alstom is to carry out repainting work on Angel Trains owned Pendolino fleet operated by Virgin Trains on the West Coast Main Line.