French multinational Alstom provides rolling stock, services and maintanence for the rail sector. Its CEO and Chairman is Henri Poupart-Lafarge.
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Following Alstom's acquisition of Bombardier Transportation, Alstom has won the contract to supply 234 metro cars for Mumbai's Line 4.
Transport for London and Siemens Mobility have unveiled the detailed design for the new trains for the London Underground Piccadilly line.
The Route 2020 metro line in Dubai, United Arab Emirates has entered revenue service. It connects Jabal Ali Station with the World Expo site.
Marseille and Alstom have revealed the finalised metro design for the new rolling stock that will be deployed in the city from 2023.
TransLink has ordered 205 rail cars – 41 five-car metro trains – for Vancouver's SkyTrain from manufacturer Bombardier Transportation.
Alstom has won a contract with Toulouse Metropole to supply systems for the Toulouse Aerospace Express metro line, including rolling stock.
Alstom's SriCity factory in India, which opened in September 2012, has reached the milestone of having manufactured 500 metro cars.
Bucharest's metro operator has ordered an initial 13 Alstom Metropolis trains, with an option for a further 17 units, to run on Line 5.