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Alstom to equip 50 locomotives with Atlas on-board signalling solution for Vossloh Locomotives

Alstom has signed an agreement with Vossloh Locomotives to equip 50 of their DE 18 freight locomotives with Atlas, Alstom’s latest on-board signalling solution. Once equipped with this ETCS-based train control, the locomotives will be deployed in Germany, France, Luxembourg, and Belgium starting in 2022


First order from landmark framework agreement with DSB covers 100 Coradia Stream trains and 15 years of maintenance

Alstom, global leader in smart and sustainable mobility, has won the largest train tender in Danish rail history. Part of a landmark framework agreement with Danish State Railways (DSB) valued at a total of €2.6 billion, the first firm order of 100 Coradia Stream regional trains as well as a 15-year full-service maintenance agreement amounts to a value of €1.4 billion

CAF News


The CAF Group has secured both contracts on the German market. Firstly, it has entered into a contract with the operator Ruhrbahn GmbH to supply 51 LRVs, which will serve the cities of Essen and Mülheim an der Ruhr. Secondly, the company has won an extension of eight additional trams for the city of Freiburg. Both contracts amount to a figure of almost €200 M.

Rail Cargo Group News


We are expanding our network and, from 6 June 2021, we are launching an intermodal non-stop connection between Verona and Regensburg with three round trips per week with a new TransFER connection.

Clayton Equipment News

Clayton to supply Tata Steel with Fourth and Fifth Hybrid + CBD90 locomotives

Clayton Equipment, the only British independent locomotive manufacturer in the UK capable of designing and manufacturing locomotives up to 150 tonnes, is to supply a further two Hybrid + Diesel CBD90 locomotives to Tata Steel, Port Talbot which are currently in the final stages of build.

Siemens News

Honored: Digital S-Bahn in Hamburg wins the German Mobility Award

This year, the German Mobility Award goes to the Digital S-Bahn Hamburg. The team from Deutsche Bahn and Siemens Mobility is putting Germany’s first fully automated railway in service

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