GE Transportation and TÜLOMSAŞ have received a first order for locomotives by private operator Korfez Ulastirma (Turkey), which is the logistics subsidiary of T…
Stadler wins first contract IN Turkey: it will supply 7 hybrid EURODUAL locomotives to Körfez Ulaştırma, with the first delivered by 2021.
All the important rail news of the week, summed up for you in one place: our Railway-News Industry Insider Week 42 for 14–18 October 2019.
KiwiRail will improve its reliability and efficiency for customers by employing an all-diesel fleet on the North Island Main Trunk line, KiwiRail...
GE Transportation at InnoTrans: At InnoTrans right now we’re unveiling what are called the next generation of engines. A new high- speed, high-performance engin…
Cummins explores three ways in which the rail industry’s near future will be different: Connectivity, Power Systems and Sustainability.
After a framework agreement for 100 locomotives announced earlier in May, Stadler is now to supply ten further electric locomotives to ELP.
Our Railway-News Industry Insider for 25 Feb–1 Mar 2019 featuring all the important news of the week in the rail sector from rolling stock to business news.
BNSF and Wabtec are testing a battery-electric locomotive between Barstow and Stockton (CA) to test the viability of battery technology.
The first Stadler Geaf 2/2 battery electric shunting locomotive has entered service for Rhaetian Railway at Chur station.
Deutsche Bahn has signed a framework agreement with Siemens Mobility for up to 400 Vectron dual mode locomotives. First order: 100 units.
NJ TRANSIT has exercised an option from a 2008 contract for a further 8 ALP-45 dual-power locomotives from Bombardier Transportation.
The European Loc Pool has ordered ten Stadler hybrid locomotives consolidating its leading position in this segment of rolling stock leasing.
Rolling Stock, Components, Infrastructure, Signalling & Services, High Speed Trains, Regional & Commuter Trains, Metros, Trams & Locomotives, Rolling Stock Whee…
ELL have signed a framework agreement with Siemens for 50 Siemens Vectron locomotives, following on from a previous agreement in 2014.
Independent line haul provider for the European transport market, Hector Rail, has purchased five new Siemens Vectron locomotives.