WESTbahn has purchased 15 Stadler KISS trains. The TOC is selling its existing fleet to DB. The new trains will enter service in 2021.
Stadler and Hungarian Railways celebrated the roll out of the first KISS double-decker (part of an order of 11) due to enter service in 2020.
Stadler and DB Regio have signed a contract for 18 double-decker KISS trains, which will enter service in the Hamburg area in June 2022.
Stadler have the go ahead to fill an order with Maleb in Sweden following the objection of a competitor being overruled in Swedish courts.
Hungary: MAV-START has placed an order for 21 KISS double-decker EMUs to be delivered by 2022. This completes a framework agreement from 2017.
Stadler has signed a contract with Hungarian train operator MÁV-START Zrt. for eight additional six-car double-decker KISS EMUs. These new trains are to enter s…
Transitio AB has triggered a second option from its 2016 framework agreement, ordering 12 additional KISS trains from Stadler.
DB will put the first Stadler KISS double-decker trains into service (IC2) on 8 March. It purchased them from Westbahn (Austria) last year.
Stadler Bussnang AG presented the latest Stadler Kiss double decked trains at a ceremony at Batumi Centrali on 22 July 2016.
The first car-shells for 16 six-car KISS trains for the Caltrain project have arrived at Stadler US’s factory in Salt Lake City, Utah. Caltrain is part of the C…
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