Plasser & Theurer’s aim is to ensure economic benefits for our customers. We will also continue along this path in the future. Currently, we are defining new ways to achieve this aim in line with the strategy “Machine – Fleet – Infrastructure”. Topics such as sustainability, digitalisation, and modern customer services will be of crucial importance
SBB is ordering a further 60 InterRegio double-deck trains from Stadler for approx. CHF 1.3 billion. In doing so, SBB is creating sufficient capacity for the expansion of its regional service offer and fulfilling the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act on its long-distance services. SBB is exercising an existing option to procure the 60 new trains.
The continuous-improvement process, that has always distinguished WEGH Group through the years, has led to a further major innovation in WEGH Group production plant. The plant, located in Calcinate (BG), is designed to the production of concrete sleepers for the most important Italian players in the railway sector.
Teltronic, a Spanish company backed by more than 45 years of experience in the critical communications sector, has been selected by CRRC to supply the TETRA on-board radios of the 26 new trains that the Chinese manufacturer will provide to the metro of the Mexican city of Monterrey.
The SanLucar fruit and vegetable company, one of the largest in the world, is turning to sustainable goods transport for its exports. For the first time in its history, it is taking its produce to Germany by train, in the company of the Transfesa Logistics express refrigerated railway service.
Alstom Algeria launches the final phase of dynamic testing and system integration on the extension stretch of the Constantine tramway. For the occasion, Mr Kamal Nasri, Minister of Transport and Public Works, Mr Saci, Wali of Constantine, and local authorities from the Constantine wilaya, visited the entire 10-kilometre stretch of the new tramway line extension, from the Slimane Zouaghi stop to the Université Abdelhamid Mechri terminal.