Alstom Transport has a presence in over 60 countries, is the world leader in the high and very high speed train sector and is the only multi-specialist constructor in the railway sector.
Alstom develop and market a complete range of systems, equipment and services for the railway sector which allows them to offer “turnkey” solutions, managing entire transport systems including rolling stock, signalling and infrastructure.
Maintaining their global presence and always organised to provide the best possible service for its customers, Alstom continues to invest in high end segments, whilst still developing products aimed at the needs of emerging markets.
Alstom offers a huge range of rolling stock that combines technology, reliability, styling and comfort using standardised components whilst paying particular attention to the environment.
Their product range includes high and very high speed trains, trams, metros, commuter and intercity trains, as well as tilting trains and locomotives.
Alstom Transport proposes a complete range of sustainable solutions for track laying, electrification and electric power supply for lines, and the supply of electromechanical equipment for installation alongside tracks, in stations and in depots. Its engineers rely on their knowledgeof all aspects of rail systems to resolve integration problems and optimise costs.
Alstom Transport supplies workshops, the necessary equipment and a qualified workforce. In 2008, the company completed, for instance, the 25kV electrification of three rail lines in the Algiers suburbs. Three electric sub-stations and 350km of catenaries were also installed.
At the cutting edge of information solutions, Alstom provides operators with the means to guarantee entirely safe and fluid transport of passengers or goods, thereby optimising productivity for networks.
Alstom can offer integrated systems processing all data of a rail network thanks to a control centre (Iconis) constantly exchanging information with networks (via Smartway track products), interlocking systems (via Smartlock system) and on-board equipment (Automatic Train Control).
Alstom offers a range of customised services to public or private rail operators. The objective is to guarantee global, safe and optimised management of rolling stock – whether it is manufactured by Alstom or not – and equipment throughout its operating life cycle: maintenance, renovation, spare parts management, technical support and assistance…
A daily partner to the operator, for global long term sustainable performances, Alstom implements tailored solutions from technical support, spare parts and logistics solutions to global maintenance and modernisation programmes for all types of Alstom or non Alstom rolling stock.
Alstom also has unparalleled experience and solid expertise in maintaining and improving performances of rail infrastructure. Alstom can assure maintenance, renovation and technological upgrade of all fixed installations on rail networks: signalling, tracks, stations, tunnels, bridges, workshops, depots…
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Alstom equipped the entirety of Wuppertal Suspension Railway (Wuppertaler Schwebebahn) with the Atlas ETCS train control system.
Alstom will exhibit a number of solutions at Expo Ferroviaria 2019. They include rolling stock, infrastructure, signalling and services.
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Alstom has delivered the first five Coradia Polyvalent Léman Express trains to SNCF. They are due to enter service on 15 December 2019.
The Railway-News Industry Insider week 33: all the latest rail news, including rolling stock and signalling contracts and station technology.
First-Trenitalia are awarded the West Coast Partnership. The operator will take over services on the West Coast Main Line in December 2019.
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Alstom has been chosen by the Hello Paris joint venture to supply 13 trains from its Coradia family for the CDG Express, due to open in 2025.
The Railway-News Industry Insider week 31: Alstom supply 10 additonal Coradia trains to various French regions, launch the Citadis and more.
Alstom will supply 10 additional Coradia Polyvalent Léman Express trains to the French region of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes.
Alstom have received an order from the French regions of Occitanie / Pyrénées-Méditerranée for 5 additional Coradia Polyvalent trains.
Alstom's Citadis X05 tram for Caen la Mer has been inaugurated and will start running on three new lines in the region.
The Railway-News Industry Insider week 29: Stadler celebrate the roll-out of the new KISS train and supply 80 TRAMLINK trams to Milan.
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