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Siga transformers News

SIGA (Electronics) Ltd design, manufacture, and test Current Transformers to IEC standards

SIGA (Electronics) Ltd, the UK’s leading manufacturer of toroidal and bobbin wound components and associated assemblies today announced that its current transformer (CT) products conform to IEC regulations from design, through manufacturing to final test.

Systra News


Transport systems are increasingly digitalised and interconnected. In this context, cyber-threats are real, with potentially serious consequences for transport operators and passengers. SYSTRA has published a dedicated brochure on this topic.

Eiffage News

Eiffage wins contracts worth almost €97 million to develop the Grand Paris Express stations La Courneuve Six-Routes and Le Blanc-Mesnil

Eiffage, through its subsidiaries Eiffage Construction and Eiffage Énergie Systèmes, won contracts from the Société du Grand Paris, worth almost €97 million, to develop as general contractor the La Courneuve Six-Routes and Le Blanc-Mesnil stations, as well as several infrastructure service centres.

Siemens News

Complete solution from a single source: Siemens Mobility digitalizes interlocking in North-Rhine Westphalia by end of 2021

Siemens Mobility will fully digitalize the Finnentrop interlocking in the state of North-Rhine Westphalia within one year for DB Netz AG. A total of 404 interlocking units will be replaced, including signals, switch points and derailers. In addition, 15 level crossings will be equipped with digital interfaces and four of them will also receive new safety systems.

Rail Cargo Group News

Successful wagon partnership extended

The contract between ÖBB Rail Cargo Group and LogServ for the “Joint Use of Dispatch Wagons” has been extended for another five years. This unique collaboration is the first of its kind in Europe.

Stadler News

Stadler wins the tender to deliver 59 trains to Spanish state-owned rail operator RENFE

The Spanish state-owned rail operator RENFE awarded Stadler the contract to build and deliver 59 high-capacity commuter trains. The contract is worth approximately one billion euros and includes the spare parts and maintenance for a 15-year period. The contract will be signed further on, in accordance with the procedure.

Lumaautomation News

Luma Automation invests upon the Danube

The Luma Automation Capital Group has successfully acquired IRON-TECH Zrt., one of the Hungarian leaders of the market of the precision metal parts manufacturing mainly for automotive and rail industry.

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