EMU Railcars are self propelled railcars using several electricity to move. No separate carriage is needed to move. This page contains all the latest information, news, videos, images and articles on all aspects of EMU Railcars. You will also find a list of EMU Railcars Manufacturers & Suppliers from around the world.
French multinational Alstom provides rolling stock, services and maintanence for the rail sector. Its CEO and Chairman is Henri Poupart-Lafarge.
Design verification, Diagnostic Test & State of Good repair of Onboard & Wayside assets. High Power, Comms & Control, RF, Elect-Mech-Pneumatic, LRUs/LLRUs..
Rolling Stock, Components, Infrastructure, Signalling & Services, High Speed Trains, Regional & Commuter Trains, Metros, Trams & Locomotives, Rolling Stock Whee...
Railcar Engines, Low-Maintenance Diesel Engines for Locomotives, Engines for Track Maintenance Equipment, Specialist Service Training.
IMA Dresden – the Test Center for the Railway Industry. Rail Component Testing. Bogie Frame Tests. Fatigue Testing of Rail Vehicles. Rail Car Body Tests.
Complete rail mobility solutions: automation, electrification, mass transit, commuter and regional trains, high-speed trains, trams, metros and more.
Wabtec UK provides maintenance, overhaul, refurbishment, life extension and repair of railway rolling stock and associated components.
IMA Dresden say the size of an object plays a subordinate role in their testing, having tested bone screws to the heaviest passenger aircraft.
Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) has awarded Stadler a framework agreement for up to 510 new single-decker FLIRT multiple units.
Siemens Mobility has received an order to build 23 four-car Mireo trainsets for rail operator agilis Eisenbahngesellschaft.
Alstom and S-Bahn Hamburg have signed a contract for the delivery of an additional 64 Class 490 S-Bahn trains.
Russian Railways plans to introduce unmanned trains in Moscow and is testing an ATO system on its high-speed electric train Lastochka.
Siemens Mobility has converted Alpha Trains’ Ostdeutsche Eisenbahn GmbH- (ODEG) leased train units from three- to four-car trainsets.
Austrian Federal Railways has ordered a further 20 seven-car Nightjet trains from Siemens Mobility, bringing the total to 33.