CRRC has completed the production of the electric multiple units (EMUs) for Indonesia’s Jakarta-Bandung high-speed railway line.
Eleven sets of high-speed EMUs successfully rolled off the production line in Qingdao on 5 August 2022. They will now be shipped to Indonesia for operation on the upcoming high-speed line between Jakarta and Bandung.
The Jakarta-Bandung trains will operate at a maximum speed of 350 kilometres per hour using CRRC’s Fuxing EMU technology.
The units are equipped with intelligent sensing technology and earthquake monitoring systems suited for Indonesia’s local environment. They have also been designed with a strong resistance to salt spray and UV exposure.
Each 8-car train has one first-class car, one dining car and six second-class cars, with a total seating capacity of 601 passengers.
This line will be Indonesia’s first high-speed railway, spanning approximately 142 kilometres. Construction is expected to conclude by the end of 2022.
CRRC has successfully completed the first Optics Valley Photon monorail suspension train for use in Wuhan, China.
The first batches of Etihad Rail’s new fleet of locomotives and wagons for the UAE National Rail Network have arrived in the Emirates.
Egypt's first electric multiple unit (EMU), developed by CRRC Sifang has started trial operations in 10th of Ramadan City, Egypt.
Alstom’s Chinese joint venture has been awarded a contract to provide the train traction and auxiliary system for 258 Nanjing Metro cars.
Alstom and CRRC’s JV has been contracted to provide operation and maintenance services for Hong Kong International Airport's (HKIA) APM.
CRRC has delivered the first fully assembled and commissioned 7000-series metro train to the Chicago Transportation Authority (CTA).
CRRC has completed successful traction performance testing on 20 CDA5B1 locomotives delivered to the State Railway of Thailand (SRT).
Etihad Rail has awarded a contract for 843 wagons to CRRC, which will triple its fleet in anticipation of the opening of Stage Two.
CRRC dispatches second batch of 3 DMUs to Angola, folloiwng the dispatch of the first shipment on 10 February. One more is outstanding.
Leo Express has received its first Sirius EMU from CRRC. It is Velim for the necessary certification tests so it can enter passenger service.
On 16 September Shanghai Keolis opened the Pudong International Airport metro, connecting the terminals to the new satellite halls.
CRRC has successfully run type tests for its newly developed permanent magnet direct drive electric locomotive for passenger operations.
CRRC to buy the Vossloh Locomotives business for a sum in the low millions. The transaction has been approved by Vossloh's supervisory board.
On 2 August CRRC began the speeding-up tests for Changsha's second-generation maglev train. These tests are the final aspect to be completed.
The first new CRRC train for the MBTA Orange Line entered service on 14 August 2019. A total of 152 new cars will replace the entire existing fleet by 2022.
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CRRC and Australian company Aurizon have signed a contract for 264 narrow-gauge hopper cars. The first batch has already been dispatched.
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Chinese rolling stock manufacturer CRRC has won a contract for 50 flat cars with Swiss logistics firm Hupac. CRRC is also responsible for TSI certification.
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CRRC and Downer have received a further order for 17 double-decker Waratah trains for Sydney. The contract also includes maintenance services.
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CRRC Zhuzhou tested a new generation of maglev trains with an operating speed of 160km/h. The traction efficiency of this new model is 30% higher.
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Rolling stock manufacturer CRRC has announced that the world’s first hydrogen-powered tram has been put into operation in Tangshan, North China's...
Passengers in Zhuzhou, Central China's Hunan province, are a step closer to the arrival of the 'world's first railless train', after testing began on...
On September 1st 2017, CRRC Sifang Co., Ltd signed a contract for eight eight-car metro trains (64 cars) with Sao Paulo Metro Railway Company...
China Railway (CR) started tests to restore the maximum speed of the Beijing-Shanghai high-speed bullet trains to 350 km/h, six years after it was...
CRRC Qingdao Sifang, a subsidiary of CRRC, recently rolled out its prototype suspended monorail train. The Chinese rolling stock...
CRRC's new electric train, the China-Belarus No. 2 electric locomotive, has obtained the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) vehicle safety standard cert...
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The suburban EMU manufactured by CRRC Qingdao Sifang Co., Ltd. was presented at the UrTran 2017 exhibition in Beijing, on 19 June 2017.
The world's first railless train has been unveiled in Zhuzhou, Central China's Hunan province on 2 June 2017. The 30-meter train, with three carriages...
Rolls-Royce is to supply MTU rail engines for New Zealand rail operator Kiwi Rail for the fourth time. Fifteen 20V 4000 R43 engines are...
CRRC Corporation announced on May 5 that it will build a plant in Canada as it looks to further expand its marketing channels in North America.
The SEPTA Board recently approved the purchase of double-deck coaches for Regional Rail, a key part in the Authority's efforts to meet the needs of a...
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Rail technology leader Bombardier and Chinese rolling stock manufacturer, CRRC have signed a strategic agreement to expand their relationship
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CRRC marked a “topping out” ceremony at Springfield, Massachusetts on 25 August 2016. The new Springfield subway car facility will boost the local economy.
South African freight transport and logistics company, Transnet, have received the first 45D diesel locomotive from CRRC at a ceremony in Durban.
China’s standardised high speed train CRH 0503 reached record speeds of 420km/h on a test run on 15 July 2016 with the two trains safely passing each other.
China’s Ministry of Planning has announced the Chinese rail network plans to extend the total track length of China’s railways to 150,000km.
Following the delivery of the first batch of coal hopper Wagons, the Pakistani Ministry of Railways has ordered a further 605 wagons from CRRC Jinan.
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