Locomotives with speeds of up to 200 km/h will pull passenger trains.
In 2023, Ukrzaliznytsia, the state-owned railway company in Ukraine, significantly increased its production capabilities at its own facilities.
A passenger train collided with a truck near Karvina in the Czech Republic. The train driver did not survive the accident. According to the latest information from the spokesperson of the regional fire brigade, sixteen people were injured on the train.
Direct Rail Services is retiring its Class 37 locomotives, offering them for sale via tender.
The Italian railway operator Ferrovie della Calabria (FdC) has placed an order for three additional narrow-gauge hydrogen trains with Stadler.
European Loc Pool (ELP), a provider of locomotive leasing services, has recently announced the acquisition of 10 new Euro9000 locomotives.
The intermodal transportation company for non-craneable sem-trailers will expand its fleet by 40 new wagons.
The Tanzania Railway Corporation (TRC) announced the arrival of three electric locomotives and 27 passenger coaches at the Port of Dar es Salaam.
Olavion has announced its decision to expand its six-axle locomotive fleet.
The new order builds upon a partnership with Stadler established in 2018.
The manufacturer will deliver at least 20 more EffiShunters 1000 to Sweden.
The latest delivery includes two TransMontana locomotives for DB Cargo Romania.
Green Cargo has announced the extension of its maintenance contract with Euromaint for an additional five years.
With only a few days left in 2023, companies are still announcing new deals of sales and leases.
Alstom's €900 million commitment to Victoria