Russia: 42 three-section and 12 two-section low-floor trams, styled on the rolling stock of the 1950s and 1960s, are expected to be delivered from 2023.
The manufacturer said that its specialists have already begun work. Earlier, the authorities of the LPR reported that the Russian company would organize production at the Stakhanov Railway Car Building Works.
Evgeniy Semenov, Executive Director of the Russian Wagon Building Union (WBU), in an interview with ROLLINGSTOCK told about the situation with the supply of one of the key modern freight cars components.
Russia: The plant's workload may grow stronger on the back of expected new order volumes. At the same time, the company faces restrictions related to the tapered rolling bearings supply.
Russia: A new three-section 71-418 tram model from a UVZ manufacturer is already running in Yekaterinburg with passengers as a two-section model and a narrow-gauge model for European markets are under development.
Russia: The company, which is a part of Uralvagonzavod, has produced motors for the PK Transport Systems (PK TS) trams, and has also finished pre-series contactors for electric locomotives. All products have entered the market this year.