Following Alstom's acquisition of Bombardier Transportation, the company will have a backlog of approximately €75 billion and revenues of €15.5 billion.
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Following the acquisition of Macquarie Europe Rail’s rolling stock leasing business, Akiem Group now owns a diverse portfolio of over 600 locomotives.
Following the acquisition of AEbt Angewandte Eisenbahnteknik GmbH in January 2020, CERTIFER has now entered the German, Austrian and Swiss market.
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.
Genesee & Wyoming common stock has now ceased trading on the New York Stock Exchange and will become a privately-owned company.
The transaction agreement between Canadian Pacific and Fortress Transportation and Infrastructure Investors is expected to close by the end of 2019.
GB Railfreight has announced that EQT’s infrastructure portfolio company, Hector Rail Group, has sold the business to Infracapital - the unlisted infrastructure equity arm of M&GPrudential.
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.
Robel Holding GmbH now holds a majority share of 70 per cent in the German track measurement systems and electric drives company, Vogel & Plötscher GmbH & Co. KG.
U.S. railroad operator, Genesee & Wyoming Inc. (G&W), has been acquired by consortium of vendors which is expected to cost in excess of $84 billion and close by early 2020.
BLS Cargo has signed an agreement giving the company a 100 per cent shareholding in Belgian rail freight operator, Crossrail. This acquisition strengthens BLS Cargo’s position on the North–South freight corridor and access to the Belgian ports.
Through this acquisition, EKE-Electronics expands its range of offerings to become a global supplier of remote condition monitoring systems for railway applications.
Viswanath Machiraju, General Manager and Strategy Head of Cyient’s Transportation Business Unit, explores the trends he believes the rail industry will focus on as 2019 progresses.