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Bombardier’s MITRAC: creating a legacy system for energy conservation

While Bombardier Transportation’s railway propulsion systems have been in use globally for more than a century, its latest MITRAC portfolio was redeveloped with the aim of helping railways to improve energy efficiency and reduce emissions.

Wabtec News

WABTEC TO PROVIDE NHL WITH ELECTRIC DRIVE SYSTEMS FOR NEW ORDER IN AUSTRALIA

Wabtec, announced it will supply Inner Mongolia North Hauler Joint Stock Co., Ltd. (NHL), a leading mining truck manufacturer in China, with 28 360-ton premium integrated electric drive systems, to support the company’s 360T mining truck contract with Yancoal in Australia. The systems will help Yancoal’s mining fleet achieve increased productivity and speed on grade performance and help reduce fuel costs and equipment wear.

Hummel News

Addition to the VariaPro family

The cable glands for demanding markets will also be available in the sizes M12, M16, M50 and M63 in the future. HUMMEL AG has thus responded to the great demand for these robust and equally slim cable glands.

Colas rail News

Our French agency RAMFER develops the "EcoStop"

The very first G2000 locomotive equipped with the “EcopStop” system rolled out on Monday, February 3rd, 2020 for our client ESIFER.RAMFER,

Talgo News

Talgo collaborates with Renfe to medically equip high-speed trains for the national transfer of Covid19 patients

Following the instructions of the Spanish Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, Talgo is collaborating with Renfe Operator to adapt high-speed trains that will be used, if necessary, to transport patients affected by the coronavirus between different autonomous communities within Spain.

MEDIAWORLD

Cleaning of New Railway Parts with BvL

BvL systems demonstrate high level of flexibility at Railway Workshop

Bombardier News

Bombardier to supply 19 additional Regio 2N regional trains to SNCF for the Auvergne-Rhône Alpes Region

Bombardier Transport, a world leader in the rail technology sector, has received a firm order for 19 Regio 2N, double deck vehicles (114 cars) from the French National Railway Company (SNCF) on behalf of the Region Auvergne-Rhône Alpes. This additional order amounts to 176 million euro ($193 million US), including price escalations based on best faith assessment of assumptions, and is part of the contract signed with SNCF in 2010 which provides for the manufacture of up to 860 trains for the French Regions.

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