Dellner Couplers has acquired the CAF MiiRA Couplers business which further strengthens its position as market leader of train connection systems.
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With the ‘European Year of Rail’ already underway, Alberto Mazzola, Executive Director of the Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER), writes that, during this busy year for the European rail community, focus must be on recovery and development to make Europe's rail ambitions become reality.
Alstom has delivered the first of five ETR470 Pendolino trains to TRAINOSE, marking the arrival of high-speed trains in Greece.
Upon delivery of the three locomotives, GTS Rail will boast a fleet of 20 TRAXX units, all of which have been produced by Bombardier.
Stadler's Citylink tram-train has the capability to operate in both electric mode on the tram networks and diesel mode on the mainline.
An open letter written to the UK's Chancellor and Secretary of State by London’s business leaders, has urged the government to step in and offer financial assistance to Eurostar.
As per the contract, Siemens Mobility will be responsible for the revision of 40 Deutsche Bahn trains of the 412 ICE 4 series from mid-2021.
In support of its international growth strategy and to strengthen its financial protection from COVID-19, Lineas has secured €60 million in additional funding.
As part of the EU's 'Year of Rail', RZD will support the global trend of the European Green Deal in decarbonising transport.
Railpool will recieve a total of €150 million from four banks for the acquisition of new rail vehicles over the course of seven years.
Epiroc has worked with ABB to develop the e-drivetrain for Railcare’s battery-powered vehicle for rail maintenance applications.
The €240 million contract enables ÖBB to order up to 20 of the trains from Stadler, with an initial order for five already placed.
Manufactured in Hauts-de-France, and certified ‘Made in France’, the new trains are set to modernise and improve services on France’s busiest lines.
Nokia has been selected by Austrian rail operator WESTbahn to implement a secure, high-performance and high-bandwidth train-to-ground communications solution across the operator’s new expanded fleet of intercity trains.
Ben Möbius, Managing Director of the German Railway Industry Association (VDB), writes that, for rail to embark on a safe journey towards digitalisation, it is crucial that the European Union (EU) and its member states acknowledge and seize the opportunity for a safe ‘rail 4.0’.