Stadler is fully taking over VIPCO GmbH in Mannheim, Germany.
The engineering company with around 50 employees specialises in the development of software and hardware components for vehicle control and the retrofit market.
Stadler is continuing its strategy of developing competencies in-house and that includes vehicle control and the digitalisation of rolling stock.
The new Stadler Mannheim GmbH, with locations in Mannheim, Kassel and Halle, brings long-standing expertise in the field of cutting-edge software and hardware components for the rail industry into the company. The engineers specialise in new applications and technologies wherever electronics are exposed to extreme environmental conditions.
Stadler Mannheim will drive forward the development of software and hardware components in the areas of vehicle control and automation, as well as communications and diagnostics systems. In addition to developing new systems for new vehicles, a second focus will lie on retrofitting vehicles, which will increase their life-cycle.
“We are really pleased to have gained in the number of highly competent experts in Germany through the Stadler Mannheim GmbH team. This step helps us follow our path to focus more on expanding our in-house expertise in elementary fields for the railway industry such as further digitalisation and modernisation of vehicles.”
Prior to this take over the two companies worked together on many projects over many years.
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GB Railfreight (GBRf) has contracted Stadler to provide full service for up to 30 Class 99 bi-mode Co’Co locomotives.
The first Class 93 tri-mode locomotives for Rail Operations Group has completed testing at Stadler’s facility in Valencia, Spain.
The first CITYLINK tram-train for the South Wales Metro project has been delivered to Transport for Wales’ (TfW) new depot in Taff’s Well.
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Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat Valenciana (FGV) has contracted Stadler to supply 16 TRAMLINK trams for use in Alicante and Valencia, Spain.
Stadler has successfully delivered the first of 46 new Tyne and Wear Metro trains to Nexus' Gosforth Metro Depot in the North of England.
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The Metro Futures Traincrew Specialist Team has become to drive the new Class 555 Stadler Metro train at a test track.
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Polregio has signed framework agreements with FPS H.Cegielski, Pesa Bydgoszcz SA, Newag SA and Stadler Polska for up to 200 electric trains.
Aargau Verkehr has ordered five low-floor ABe 4/8 Saphir II trains for the Wynental and Suhrentalbahn (WSB) railway in Aargau, Switzerland.
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Transdev is modernising its fleet in Germany with the introduction of 16 four-unit Stadler FLIRT 3 XL articulated trainsets.
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Dutch transport company, HTM has contracted Stadler to supply 56 TINA trams for use in The Hague, the Netherlands from 2026.
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Transports publics genevois (TPG) has contracted Stadler to supply 38 TRAMLINK trams in Geneva, Switzerland.
Stadler has signed an agreement with the VR Group to supply 20 single-decker FLIRT electric multiple units.
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Stadler has presented the 18 double-decker KISS trains that will operate between Hamburg, Lübeck and Travemünde from January 2023.
Renfe plans to execute the purchase option for 101 additional Cercanías and Media Distancia trains before the end of this year.
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Stadler Valencia has presented four of twelve high-power electric locomotives ordered by Renfe Mercancías for freight operations in Spain.
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Stuttgarter Strassenbahnen (SSB) is expanding its fleet by ordering 40 new S-DT8.16 light rail vehicles from Stadler.
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Stadler presented its IPEMU - independently powered EMU - at InnoTrans today in the presence of Liverpool Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram.
Stadler formally presented its FLIRT tri-mode and CITYLINK tram-train for Transport for Wales at InnoTrans today.
Stadler has signed a MoU to design and deliver four zero emission hydrogen FLIRT trains for operation in California.
Stadler and NAH.SH have unveiled the first FLIRT Akku battery-electric series-produced vehicle at InnoTrans 2022.
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ST Engineering, Stadler and Siemens Mobility consortium will provide turnkey rail services for Kaohsiung's new MRT Yellow Line in Taiwan.
Stadler has completed its first two Class 555 metro trains for Nexus, the owner and operator of Tyne and Wear Metro.
Hallesche Verkehrs-AG (HAVAG) has contracted Stadler to supply 56 TINA trams for use in the city on the Saale from 2025.
Stadler has started production of the Class 93 locomotive fleet for Rail Operations UK at its plant in Valencia, Spain.
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Stadler has been awarded a contract to deliver 28 TINA trams to Rostocker Straßenbahnen AG (RSAG) in Rostock, Germany.
Swiss rail operator SBB has ordered seven additional Stadler Giruno high-speed trains for cross-border services into Germany from 2026.
Phase two of work on Nexus’ Gosforth Metro depot has been completed with the installation of three more sections of line on the site.
SBB, Thurbo, RegionAlps and Stadler have finally signed their framework agreement for up to 510 single-decker FLIRT multiple units.
The Swiss Federal Administrative Court has dismissed Alstom's appeal against the award of an SBB Thurbo and RegionAlps contract to Stadler.
Berner Oberland-Bahnen has ordered six ABeh 4/8 multiple units from Stadler to expand the Bernese Oberland Railway's existing rolling stock.
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Stadler has received an order from Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) for 41 KISS double decker trains valued at approximately 600 million euros.
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Stadler has shared the findings of its 2021 annual report, detailing historic revenue and order figures from the rail manufacturer.
The trial to see whether battery-mode operation would be feasible in the Netherlands, using a Stadler WINK train, was successful.
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The Supreme Administrative Court of Austria has cleared Stadler, allowing the company to proceed with its contract with OEBB.
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Stadler enters the Guinness Book of Records for the longest range travelled by a train in battery-only mode.
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Transport for Wales (TfW) has taken delivery of the first of 35 Stadler Class 231 FLIRT trains ahead of testing.
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Baselland Transport and Stadler have signed a contract for the manufacture and delivery of 25 TINA (total integrated low-floor drive) trams.
The Stadler-built EuroDual locomotives, part of the European Loc Pool fleet, have been approved for operation in Austria.
KiwiRail has signed a long-term framework agreement with Stadler, with a first call off for 57 diesel mainline locomotives.
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Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) has awarded Stadler a framework agreement for up to 510 new single-decker FLIRT multiple units.
Transport for Wales' new fast light intercity and regional trains (FLIRTs) have begun testing in Europe this month.
Stadler, who is manufacturing the new metro cars for Berlin's U-Bahn, has partnered with PMC for new lightweight seats.
Arriva Group is filing an application to operate regional rail open access night services in the Netherlands.
Deutsche Bahn (DB) and Stadler have signed an agreement to develop the first virtual image, or digital twin, of a complete train.
A Stadler and Siemens Mobility consortium has won a contract to provide the Lisbon Metro with a signalling system and fleet of new trains.
BLS will put its first MIKA - a Stadler FLIRT - into service with all 58 trains ordered entering into passenger service by the end of 2024.
The Stadler-manufactured Capricorn trains for Rhaetian Railway (Switzerland) have won the Red Dot Award 2021 in two categories.
Swiss Federal Railways has ordered 60 IR Dosto (Stadler KISS) double decker electric multiple units from Stadler as a contract option.
After a three-year test period Stadler's FLIRT Akku battery-powered train has demonstrated a range of 185km, exceeding expectations.
Stadler Deutschland has contracted Knorr-Bremse to supply the braking, entrance and HVAC systems for the new Berlin metro vehicles.
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Stalder has delivered the first of 12 Citylink tram-trains to Hungary where they will start serving Szeged and Hódmezővásárhely from Q4 2021.
Stadler has signed a framework agreement with Austrian Federal Railways for up to 20 fire-fighting and rescue trains.
Stadler will supply eight electric multiple units for the Centovalli railway between Switzerland and Italy starting in 2023.
The new S-Bahn trains for Berlin, built by a Stadler-Siemens Mobility consortium, will enter passenger service on the city's Ringbahn line.
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