CHINA RAILWAY awarded the $248 million contract to Bombardier Transportation for the delivery of 112 CR300AF high-speed train cars.
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Almost two million tonnes of freight was transported between Xi'an and Europe as demand on rail increased due to the COVID-19 pandemic limiting air and sea freight capacity.
Destined for the badly affected Lombardy region, DB Schenker is working to transport over 1,000 tonnes of medical supplies from China to Italy in just 15 days, door-to-door.
Following the outbreak of Coronavirus which is preventing Chinese tourists visiting Great Britain, train companies across the UK are offering fee-free refunds for rail tickets purchased in China.
Bombardier Transportation has announced that its Chinese joint venture, Bombardier Sifang (Qingdao) Transportation Ltd. (BST), has been awarded a contract with China State Railway Group Co., Ltd. to provide maintenance activity for 656 high-speed train cars.
How can the rail industry ensure that there is a fairness in trade between Europe and China? UNIFE calls for the legality of this position to be investigated.
Vossloh is set to complete its group restructuring with the sale of this third business unit, since it made the decision to strategically focus on rail infrastructure.
The establishment of a new freight connection between China and the BILK terminal is complete, resulting in an unbeatable transport duration.
With the aim of running the train on a weekly basis by mid-2019, the train is operated by CDIRS, in collaboration with RTSB and CFL multimodal.
The pace of development in the Chinese high-speed rail market is demonstrated with this contract being the second in three months.
The agreement will enable the two companies to together develop supersonic trains using Maglev technology and next-generation mobility technologies.
The 120 CR400AF new high-speed cars will be delivered before the end of 2018; continuing the evolution of China’s rail network.
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies will begin work on China's first hyperloop system, starting with an initial 10km commercial agreement at Tongren in Guizhou Province.
Global Railway Review speaks to Bassam Mansour, International Rail Industry Advisor, to find out his views on competition within the rail sector, new digitalisation initiatives and what he believes are some of the biggest challenges facing the rail sector…
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According to China Railway Corporation, China’s high-speed rail tracks will hit 30,000km by 2025 and 45,000km by 2030…