BST Wins Maintenance Contract in China
The Bombardier joint venture BST has won a maintenance contract for 656 high-speed train cars in China, to be completed by the end of 2020.
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Alstom Transport will be at InnoTrans, the largest trade fair for the railway industry, to be held in Berlin, Germany from 23 to 26 September 2014. On this occasion, Alstom will introduce three major innovations: the very latest version of its Citadis tram, a predictive maintenance tool, and new versions of the Atlas range, its ERTMS solution.
Alstom plans to unveil the very latest version of its Citadis tram. The new design will be be more comfortable, more spacious, more accessible and was designed to improve the entire passenger experience. The new Alstom Tram will feature more options than previous versions, which will enable it to adapted in the best way to suit the unique requirements of individual town and cities.
The second innovation Alstom will be unveiling is a predictive maintenance tool developed to reduce lifecycle costs for its customers. This tool can monitor the state of equipment and forecast its remaining usage time n order to optimise operational availability and maintenance costs.
The final innovation Alstom will be taking to InnoTrans is its new versions of the Atlantic range, its ERTMS solution. The new solution will be more scalable, will adapt to various traffic requirements and can be used in low or high density networks.
To find out more about all of these innovations, visit Alstom at InnoTrans at stand 405, hall 3.2
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