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Stadler Wins Tender for 12 FLIRT Trains in Poland

Stadler says it has won a tender for the supply of 12 electric multiple units for PKP Intercity’s long-distance routes.

Stadler FLIRT 3 for PKP Intercity in Poland
A Stadler FLIRT 3 for PKP Intercity in Poland © Jakub Murat under licence

Competitors who did not submit the winning bid now have a ten-day appeals period. Following this period, Stadler and PKP Intercity can sign the relevant contracts.

Stadler Secures Rolling Stock Contracts in Poland

The Polish railway company PKP Intercity intends to commission Stadler with the delivery of 12 eight-car FLIRT EMUs. It also wishes to make Stadler responsible for the maintenance of the vehicles for 15 years. This new order would add to the existing PKP Intercity fleet of 20 FLIRT trains. PKP Intercity has been operating them since December 2015.

Stadler says it will provide more information about the contract after the ten-day appeals period is over.

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