By saving a former marine engines factory in Trieste, MSC might enter the manufacturing world in transport.
Finnish railway company VR expands its footprint in Sweden by acquiring the long-distance operations of MTR Express from MTR Nordic.
The acquisition aims to strengthen Alstom’s services in locomotive maintenance, modernization, and accident repairs.
The first four locomotives, destined for České dráhy (ČD) have already arrived.
The order will be split in half into container-carrying and semi-trailer-carrying wagons.
The intermodal transportation company for non-craneable sem-trailers will expand its fleet by 40 new wagons.
The Grand Est Region has initiated the acquisition and modernization of approximately 200 regional express trains (TERs) in its territory, involving a total investment of nearly €1.2 billion. This financial effort includes €190 million funded by the Crédit Agricole Group.
This development is a part of Romania's ongoing efforts to enhance its railway infrastructure and services.
Olavion has announced its decision to expand its six-axle locomotive fleet.
This development follows GMXT's decision to acquire equity interests in CGR, previously held by SEACOR Holdings.
Real Rail Sweden AB has acquired all shares in the train operator Tågfrakt Produktion Sverige AB.
Europorte, active in rail freight and railway infrastructure management in France, has acquired a significant share in a firm specializing in railway installation maintenance and construction.
As published in the Official Journal of the European Union, DB Fernverkehr is looking for new high-speed rolling stock with trials planned for 2031.
VR has acquired four Allegro trains, also known as Sm6 units, as Russian Railways defaults on its financial obligations.
Canadian National Railway (CN) has finalised an agreement to acquire Iowa Northern Railway (IANR), integrating it into CN's existing U.S. rail network.
The acquisition integrates Exploris' extensive international rail connections into TX Logistik's network, promising improved connectivity on European corridors.
Waberer's International Nyrt. has acquired a 51% share in Petrolsped Ltd, a major logistics service provider in Hungary.
The contract will run for 11 years, starting in June 2025.