The Škoda Group presents a visualisation of its battery train, the Battery Electric Multiple Unit (BEMU).
The BEMU can travel up to 80 km at a maximum speed of 120 km/h, providing comfortable coverage of regional non-electrified lines.
Kasseler Verkehrs-Gesellschaft (KVG) has ordered 22 30-metre two-way trams from Škoda for operation in Kassel, Germany.
Škoda Group has announced that it will supply up to 1,120 traction motors for a new fleet of trams being produced for Melbourne, Australia.
Škoda has won a contract to deliver 8 4-car metro trains to Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, where they will be operated by Metropoliten EAD.
Škoda Group has secured a contract to produce 10 bidirectional trams for the city of Bergamo, including 3 years of full-service.
Egyptian National Railways has contracted Škoda to modernise and maintain at least 280 electro-diesel locomotives for Egypt's rail network.
Škoda Group will make a general overhaul of another eight trams for the Transport Company of Liberec and Jablonec nad Nisou (DPMLJ).
Škoda Group's latest project will focus on incorporating automated technologies into a comprehensive smart depot ecosystem for tram operators.
Škoda Group has entered into a strategic technological cooperation with Tesmec Group, a renowned company specialising in infrastructure tech.
Škoda Group has been awarded a contract to modernise six Nightjet couchette coaches for ÖBB in Austria by 2024.
The Škoda ForCity Smart Artic Tampere tram was recently stress tested in Tampere as part of Tampereen Raitiotie Oy's Lyyli Living Lab.
Škoda Group has many years of experience in the production of vehicles with batteries, and believes battery trains are the future.
Škoda Group recently made changes to the top management, which will help strengthen Škoda's activities in the global market.
Škoda is investing 460 million CZK in its plant in Šumperk in order to manufacture 13 electric trains for Czech Railways (ČD).
Škoda Group has acquired a large stake in The Signalling Company, a digital developer of onboard safety software and signalling systems.
Škoda Group recently established a new subsidiary, Škoda Group Austria GmbH, based in Vienna, strengthening its presence.
Estonian railway operator Eesti Liinirongid (Elron) has taken up the option for a further 10 electric trains from Škoda Group.
The new four-car Moravia trainset has entered trial operation on the S2 line from Brno to Letovice in South Moravia.
Škoda has received an order for nine sleeping coaches and eight freight wagons for cars from Finnish state railway company VR Group.
Slovakian rail company ZSSK has ordered a further five RegioPanter electric units from Skoda Group as part of the modernisation of its fleet.
The first RegioPanter trains have commenced service on the newly electrified line from Olomouc to Šumperk via Uničov in the Czech Republic.
Škoda Group celebrates the 25th anniversary of its first tram, taking a look at some milestones over the years.
Cottbusverkehr GmbH (CV) has exercised the option to to order an additional 15 trams from Škoda Group for the city of Cottbus, Germany.
3 Liberec trams are undergoing a major overhaul at the Škoda production site in Martinov as part of a tender for the repair of six T3 units.
Škoda Group has opened the office of its new subsidiary in Florence, Italy to strengthen its international presence.
The Brno Public Transport Authority has contracted Škoda to supply up to 40 ForCity Smart 45T trams, with five vehicles currently ordered.
Škoda Group has achieved significant success in the field of supplying electric drives and motors for locomotives this year.
Škoda Group recently presented its own new anti-collision system for trams at the InnoTrans trade fair in Berlin.
Škoda and RNV unveiled the new 1m-gauge tram-train for the cities of Heidelberg, Mannheim and Ludwigshafen am Rhein at InnoTrans 2022 today.
Škoda Group has presented the first new electric train unit for the Latvian railway operator Pasažieru vilciens to the public.
Škoda Group has presented its first of 37 new electric railway units to the public at the main railway station in Brno.
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