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Talgo News

Talgo increases revenue by 29% to June as a result of greater industrial activity

Talgo S.A., a leading company in the design, manufacture and maintenance of high-speed light rail trains, recorded a turnover of 216.6 million euros in the first half of 2020, 29% more than the 167.8 million euros in the same period of the previous year.

Vossloh News

Vossloh produces one billionth tension clamp in Werdohl

Vossloh Fastening Systems celebrated the production of its one billionth tension clamp at its Werdohl headquarters. This quantity is enough to equip some 150,000 kilometers of track with rail fasteners, equivalent to about four round-the-world trips.

HS2 News

HS2 reveals final design for first Chiltern tunnel vent shaft headhouse

HS2 today revealed the final design for the Chalfont St Peter vent shaft headhouse – the first of four similar structures that will provide ventilation and emergency access to the high-speed rail line’s 10 mile-long Chiltern tunnel.

GCF News


GCF-Transalp Renouvellement’s Suite Rapide that started the works of the third site foreseen for this year, is a “super convoy”. Human resources and means currently working on Lot 3 are about to join the trains and high-efficiency machines of Lot 2. An operation of technological and organizational integration that will allow implementing an unparalleled “renewal machine” in terms of power and efficiency.

Voith News

Voith presents innovative stop-start system for locomotives

The automatic OnEfficiency.StopStart system from Voith contributes to more efficient rail freight transport of the future. By switching off the traction engine of a locomotive during long waiting periods, operators save fuel and thus reduce costs and emissions.

Eiffage News

Eiffage, in a consortium with Saferail and Systra, wins a contract as part of the signalling for the “high performance” pilot project of the Paris-Lyon high-speed rail line

Eiffage, through its subsidiary Eiffage Énergie Systèmes, in consortium with Saferail and Systra, has won a detailed design, construction and technical validation contract worth €52.5 million to replace signalling along more than 500 kilometres of the Paris-Lyon high-speed rail line, as part of works to modernise and improve the infrastructure reliability.

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