Deutsche Bahn is buying 43 additional trains of the new ICE 3neo type from Siemens for around €1.5 billion euros.
The Vectron locomotives ordered by Railpool have a maximum power at wheel of 6.4 megawatts and a top speed of 200 km/h. They are also equipped with the required national train control systems and the European Train Control System (ETCS).Siemens Mobility has sold 1,270 Vectron locomotives to a total of 61 customers.
Siemens has been awarded a contract from the Zurich Public Transport Authority (VBZ) to supply, install and commission 45 eBus charging stations, type Sicharge UC. The charging infrastructure will be installed at the Hardau bus garage, where 45 new eBuses will be supplied with power in the future. The installation is scheduled to go into operation in early 2022.
Siemens Mobility awarded historic $3.4 billion in contracts from Amtrak. Order includes first of its kind hybrid battery Venture trains. 73 sustainable, and reliable trains to be delivered starting in 2024. Includes predictive maintenance technology and real-time digital monitoring. Largest North American Siemens Mobility contract in history.
“The start of Yunex Traffic will mark a significant milestone in the journey of Siemens Mobility. In today’s fast changing world, companies must always be able and willing to adapt quickly and effectively to new trends, customer preferences and changing competitive market conditions, and that’s exactly what we are doing here.
As part of its virtual Capital Market Day entitled “Accelerating High Value Growth,”
Siemens AG is presenting its new growth strategy today. This strategy is also
reflected in ambitious new Financial Framework targets, and it includes a
comprehensive sustainability agenda.
Transport for London (TfL) and Siemens Mobility have today unveiled the detailed design of the new generation Tube trains for the Piccadilly line, which will soon be in production to replace the existing 1970s fleet.
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DB Regio Bayern has ordered 31 regional trains from Siemens Mobility. The trains will serve on routes between Munich, Passau and Regensburg. Siemens Mobility will be delivering 25 double-decker Desiro HC trainsets and six single-decker Mireo trainsets. Passenger service with the new trains is planned to begin with the timetable change in December 2024.
Deutsche Bahn invests one billion euros in new ICE Trains.Order goes to Siemens Mobility• Future investment in strong rail system • New ICE trains to initially run between NRW and Munich • DB mainline fleet to grow 20 percent in coming years.