ScotRail Extends Maintenance Contract for Siemens Mobility Class 380 Trains   

ScotRail has agreed a five-year maintenance contract extension for its fleet of Siemens Mobility Class 380 trains.

This is the second time that ScotRail has extended this contract and will see the technical support and spares supply agreement (TSSSA) – which covers support in areas such as safety, reliability, maintenance, spares supply, modifications, and overhauls – run until December 2026.

ScotRail Class 380 train
ScotRail Class 380

The 38 Class 380 trains have travelled almost 50 million miles over the last ten years, enabling 125 million passenger journeys.

Twenty one Siemens Mobility employees stationed at the Shields depot in Glasgow will continue to ensure the fleet achieves optimum performance and reliability by performing technical, commercial, materials, logistics and service delivery.

Sambit Banerjee, Managing Director of Rolling Stock and Customer Services for Siemens Mobility in the UK, said:

“We are delighted to have agreed another contract extension with ScotRail, continuing our strong partnership for another five years.

“Our staff in Glasgow have been committed to providing an industry leading service over the last decade and, as critical workers, have been outstanding during the pandemic to ensure ScotRail services are maintained.

“As we look towards easing travel restrictions, we are committed to helping ScotRail provide excellent passenger service for everyone, whether they are taking a daily commute or travelling for leisure.”

 

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