Parker Hannifin, the global leader in motion and control technologies, today launched the new optimized FEM Quick Coupling Series which offers an increased working pressure up to 350 bar and a decreased pressure drop for better flow properties
On December 7, the new Aminyevskaya station was opened on the Kievsky railway line, which will become part of the Moscow Central Diameter 4 (MCD) in the future. Its launch took place simultaneously with the launch of the eponymous station of the Big Circle Line. Both stations are connected by the underground passage, thanks to which passengers can get from one station to another in a couple of minutes without going outside.
Russian Railways (RZD), Karelian Trains and the Finnish rail traffic maintenance company VR FleetCare have signed a 20-year agreement on the maintenance and lifecycle services concerning the high-speed trains operating between Helsinki and St. Petersburg starting from 2022.
Ongoing focus on targeted external growth outside of France. Destia is the largest provider of road, railway and energy infrastructure in Finland. Backed by over 1,600 employees working across its infrastructure maintenance and new construction businesses, the Destia group posted revenue totaling €564 million in 2020.
On December 7, 2021, the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin (via videoconference) and the Mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin opened a section of the Big Circle Line of the Moscow Metro in the south and west of the city
HS2 CEO Mark Thurston pushed the button to start HS2’s tunnel boring machine on its one-mile journey under Long Itchington Wood in Warwickshire, marking the launch of the first TBM on the Midlands section of HS2.
Lhyfe, a world pioneer and pure player in renewable green hydrogen production, has signed with the German national railway operator, Deutsche Bahn, to build and operate an electrolyser in Tübingen, from 2024, for the production of hydrogen to fuel a hydrogen train as part of the H2goesRail project