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SUMITOMO news

Order Received to Supply 240 Train Cars for Philippines’ Metro Manila Subway

Sumitomo Corporation (Head Office: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo; Representative Director, President and Chief Executive Officer: Masayuki Hyodo) and Japan Transport Engineering Company (Head Office: Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa Prefecture; President and Representative Director: Takao Nishiyama; hereinafter, “J-TREC”) have received an order from the Department of Transportation (DOTr) of the Republic of the Philippines to supply 240 train cars for the contract package CP107 of the country’s Metro Manila Subway Project Phase 1 (between Quezon City in the north and Parañaque City in the south).

KEOLIS News

Keolis joint venture – Govia - receives new three-year contract for operation and maintenance of UK’s largest rail network

On 25 March 2022, the UK's Department of Transport (DfT) announced that it was awarding a new contract to Govia, a joint venture between Keolis (35%) and the Go-Ahead Group (65%), for train maintenance and operation of the Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) network

Vossloh News

Vossloh wins another major order for rail fastening systems in China

Vossloh, a long-established and world-leading supplier of rail infrastructure products and services, has further strengthened its excellent positioning in the Chinese high-speed rail market.

Rail Cargo Group News

FIVE YEARS OF TRANSFER BRATISLAVA–KOPER

Since five years, ÖBB Rail Cargo Group (RCG) transports goods sustainably by rail between Bratislava and the port of Koper.

ALSTOM News

Increasing Luxemburg’s rail capacity with automation

The tiny nation of Luxemburg is a shining example of how rail automation is helping cities and countries respond to growing passenger numbers and delays on regional networks

CargoBeamer News

CargoBeamer opens new rail connection between Cologne and Sète

The logistics service provider CargoBeamer has launched a new connection for the unaccompanied transport of semi-trailers by rail. Unaccompanied transport of semi-trailers expanded on the Franco-German corridor.

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