RTM (Régie des Transports Métropolitains) has contracted CAF to supply 15 new trams for Marseilles, France.
CAF will supply an additional 5 trams equipped with OESS to run on catenary-free sections of the Canberra Metro.
CAF has been selected to supply 42 TW 4000 LRVs for ÜSTRA, the public transport operator in the city of Hannover, Germany.
CAF has been awarded two new contracts – in Athens and Seville – valued at more than 100 million EUR (102.39m USD).
Transport for Wales (TfW) has unveiled a new fleet of trains that are set to improve rail transport in Wales.
NWL has extended its contract with CAF for an additional 10 battery-powered trains for the North Rhine-Westphalia region in Germany.
The Chairman of Etihad Rail recently reviewed construction progress on Stage Two of the UAE national rail network.
CAF has been selected to supply a new fleet of trams for the Montpellier Méditerranée Métropole region in France.
CAF has commenced static tests on the hydrogen-powered demonstrator train that is being developed for the FCH2Rail project.
CAF has signed a new contract with Saudi Arabia Railways (SAR) that will support the country's strategic transport plan: Vision 2030.
CAF and Iberdrola have signed a framework agreement to promote the use of green hydrogen in the railway and passenger transport sectors.
Auckland Transport has awarded a contract for 23 electric multiple units (EMUs) to Spanish rolling stock manufacturer CAF.
Alstom has agreed to hand over its Reichshoffen production site and Coradia Polyvalent and TALENT3 platforms to CAF.
Knorr-Bremse, manufacturer of train braking systems, HVAC systems and entrance systems has signed a maintenance framework agreement with CAF.
CAF is supplying Sporveien with 87 new Urbos trams featuring its fleet operation and maintenance digital platform LeadMind.
SJ AB has awarded EuroMaint Rail AB, a CAF Group subsidiary, two service contracts totalling over 100m euros.
CAF has secured tram supply extension contracts in Belgium and Australia, in addition to a signalling installation contract in Turkey.
CAF has been selected as the preferred bidder for new battery-electric rolling stock for the Niederrhein-Münsterland network in Germany.
The CAF Group has secured two new contracts in Germany, further attesting to its commitment to the country.
CAF Signalling has received certification in accordance to the latest TSIs for its ETCS Baseline 3 Release 2 solution – AURIGA.
Toyota Motor Europe will supply the fuel cell modules for the CAF-manufactured CIVIA EMU that will be the prototype for the FCH2RAIL project.
CAF will supply four 4-car electric multiple units to Euskotren over the next two years in a contract worth almost 32 million euros.
A look at three rail line extensions that will open in the United States in 2021 in Charlotte, North Carolina, Seattle, and the Boston area.
The European Commission has chosen the FCH2RAIL project to explore hydrogen fuel cells for rail vehicles, using Horizon 2020 funding.
CAF has won maintenance contracts for trams, metros and suburban trains in Spain, Italy, Brazil and Colombia worth a total of €40 million.
Eurofima is providing financing to Renfe Operatora in two transactions (200m euros and 103m euros) for new Civia EMUs.
CAF has won a contract with Renfe to supply a total of 37 metre-gauge trains in a two-part order worth 250 million euros.
The Spanish rail infrastructure manager ADIF has awarded two signalling contracts to CAF with a total value of 30 million euros.
CAF has won contracts to supply metro trains to Naples as well as Urbos trams to Stockholm and Amsterdam for a combined value of €100m.
CAF has won a maintenance contract extension for the Translink NIR Class 3000 fleet of DMUs in service in Northern Ireland.
An easing of restrictions imposed by the Spanish government in response to coronavirus has allowed manufacturing to resume in the country.
CAF has won contracts in Norway and with the Helsinki Metro operator. The former is a 9-year maintenance contract for the Bergen Line trains.
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TransPennine Express has launced its new Nova fleet, unveiling the trains to the public at Liverpool Lime Street station on 22 November.
CAF Signalling has won a contract for the Ferrocarril Central project, Uruguay, expanding the CAF Group subsidiary's international operations.
CAF has won a contract to supply 21 Urbos 3 trams for Birmingham. Just like the city's existing Urbos fleet, they can run without catenaries.
SNCF Mobilités has chosen CAF as preferred bidder to deliver 28 trains to enter service in 2023. The order is worth ca. 700 million euros.
Northern continues its fleet roll-out with the introduction of new trains for Blackpool starting 9 September, running services to Liverpool.
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Saudi Arabia: CAF has signed a contract with SAR to supply its digital train platform LeadMind for all 6 trains on the Riyadh-Qurayyat line.
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Northern has introduced an additional 15 CAF Civity diesel trains on its network as part of its programme to replace its Pacer train fleet.
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CAF beat bidders from Israel, China, Portugal and Poland to win a large light rail project in Jerusalem for a new tram line and rolling stock.
CAF has won signalling contracts worth more than 120 million euros (134.48 million USD) for Spain, Slovenia and Bulgaria. High-speed train in Spain © Kabe...
CAF will supply an additional seven metro trains for the Italian city of Naples. This is an option from a 2016 framework contract.
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First nine trains for Northern will enter service on 1 July. These are from a total order of 101 trains with CAF, a mix of EMUs and DMUs.
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CAF has been awarded a contract by TfL for 43 new driverless metro trains to operate on the DLR. The first trains will enter service in 2023.
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CAF acquries EuroMaint with the transaction expected to close July 19 at a value of around 80 million euros.
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CAF wins maintenance contracts in Spain and Saudi Arabia. Renfe and Bilbao Metro as well as SRO and SAR have selected CAF to maintain their rolling stock.
CAF has won the contract to refurbish 43 RER MI 2N trains from RATP and Île-de-France Mobilités. This MI 2N refurbishment contract is worth 121.3 million euro...
CAF and Dutch operator Nederlandse Spoorwegen (NS) have signed a contract for the supply of 88 further CIVITY trains. The 302 cars will be allocated to 50 3-car...
HS2 Ltd has invited CAF to join the list of companies which it has invited to participate in their procurement programme for state-of-the-art high speed trains....
KeolisAmey Wales has announced that CAF is its preferred bidder to supply 70 diesel multiple units (DMU’s) for the Wales and Borders franchise in the UK by 20...
Luxtram has commissioned CAF to supply 12 Urbos 3 trams for the second phase of a new tram line in Luxembourg City, worth €40 million. The units are supplied ...
The standing committee for contracts of the Board of Directors of Transportes Metropolitanos de Barcelona (TMB) has designated CAF for the supply of 10 trains f...
CAF México win contract for ten pneumatic tyred-trains for Line 1 in the Mexico City Metro. The contract is worth around €164 million.
TransPennine Express order 126 new carriages from CAF, supplementing a previous order from Hitachi Rail for bi-mode trains.
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