Spain: This followed press reports that specifications received by CAF for the production of 31 trains indicate the dimensions which restrict the passing of vehicles through a number of tunnels.
EU: In January 2023, new public procurement rules came into force in the European Union. The first company to be affected by these rules is CRRC.
Spain: First testing of Talgo's Vittal-One hydrogen train is scheduled for this summer. Meanwhile trials of its TPH2 hybrid locomotive and CAF’s train Civia 463, which started last year, are under way.
Talgo celebrated its 80th anniversary in 2022. The producer’s rolling stock is based on unique technologies dating back to the 1940s.
Spain: National operator awarded three contracts totalling a value of €858.4 mln for 97 electric trains. All the rolling stock will be manufactured in Spain.
Spain: The manufacturer's CEO Michael Peter shared his vision in an interview with El Pais newspaper.
Spain: Following the results for 9 months of 2022 published in the financial report of the company, it has reached an all-time high backlog of €11.9 bln.
EU: A train with two selected coupling technologies from Dellner and Voith is now running in trial mode across Europe. It is planned to be shown at the InnoTrans exhibition in Berlin in September.
PC TS handed over the tram with the ATO system by Cognitive Tram Pilot to the customer, CAF announced the trials of the computer vision system in Spain and Norway, and UKCP moved the deadlines for unmanned tram development.