Belarus, Russia: This year, the Belarusian manufacturer plans to unveil the first of 26 such trams, the T856.
EAEU: The programme envisages the development of 39 standards for underground rolling stock and its components in 2024–2026.
Indonesia, Russia: Last autumn, word leaked out that Indonesia discusses various development options for string transport. This year, similar negotiations began in several regions of Russia.
Russia: The presentation of a single-car tram was held at the Foxbus plant in Vorsma, the Nizhny Novgorod region.
Poland: The production moved from Stadler’s site in Fanipol to Siedlce in Poland due to the sanctions pressure on Belarus.
Bolivia: In mid-September, several tram lines were launched in the city of Cochabamba, along which 12 three-car B85601M Metelitsa trams by Stadler began to run.
Russia: It is planned to launch the production of 170 trams under the concession project. At the same time, BKM Holding does not currently have its own serial low-floor models in the portfolio.
Belarus: The national railway operator has put into operation the last EPm FLIRT EMU under a contract for the supply of 10 trains of this series. The vehicle was produced at the Stadler Minsk plant, which activities are now limited due to sanctions.
Belarus: The manufacturer notes that this is a forced measure, as the site will face a shortage of electronic and electrical products due to EU sanctions against Belarus amid the situation in Ukraine.