Alpha Trains and Stadler Sign Maintenance Agreement for EURO9000 Locomotives

Alpha Trains has signed a full-service maintenance agreement with Stadler for its EURO9000 locomotives.

This agreement covers the complete maintenance of the locomotives for a period of at least 10 years from delivery.

The contract signing between Alpha Trains and Stadler
The contract signing between Alpha Trains and Stadler

The scope of the contract includes preventive, corrective and heavy maintenance to facilitate high service standards for Alpha Trains’ customers across Europe.

Guus de Boer, Commercial Director, at Alpha Trains Locomotives said:

“Stadler's extensive service network, excellent maintenance track record and shared values have led us to this agreement, which will enable Alpha Trains to provide best of class customer service for the latest purchased Stadler EURO9000 locomotives.”

Alpha Trains ordered its first 12 six-axle hybrid EURO9000 locomotives from Stadler in 2023, with delivery scheduled for 2025 and 2026.

These vehicles will be leased to its customers to support the modal shift of freight from road to rail.

Christian Mayer, Senior Sales Manager, at Stadler Service AG said:

“We are very pleased that we were able to collaborate with Alpha Trains as a well-known customer for the Full Service of the EURO9000 locomotives. With our flexible and innovative maintenance concepts, we ensure the highest level of availability and thereby create an advantageous starting position for Alpha Trains' customers to be successful in the market.”

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