Russia: The company, together with RZD, has completed testing of computer vision systems for shunting locomotives. It received the necessary permits for launching into mass production.
Russia: Auxiliary converter was developed by KSC for metro trains, which are planned to be purchased from TMH for St. Petersburg. It is also planned to create such components for electric trains and locomotives.
Russia: This was announced by Felix Vinokur, President of PC Transport Systems, in an interview with the Expert magazine. Also, the manufacturer is negotiating supplies to India.
Russia: The diesel locomotive is currently undergoing trials and is planned to be certified in June. TEM23 is the first in the new TMH locomotives platform, which will also include alternative traction solutions.
Russia: The IT company Optimacros has developed the software that should allow UWC to optimize the planning of production processes, as well as improve the accuracy of calculations and forecasts.
Russia: The order value for PC TS trams is 6.9 bln RUR ($90 mln USD). Also, St. Petersburg launched 2 more tenders for 135 trams with an overall maximum price of 24.4 bln RUR ($320 mln USD).
Russia: In 2019 and 2021, Russian Railways purchased a total of 9 TEM31M shunter from LocoTech. In turn, another producer, STM, has recently received about 20 requests from industrial rail companies for TGMK2 shunter.
Russia: Ust-Katav car-building plant (UKCP) plans to invest 958 mln RUR ($12 mln USD) in the construction of a new workshop for the trams production. The company explains its plans with a growing portfolio of orders.
Russia: At the end of 2021, 34 production sites have been forming digital passports in the system, and in January the largest railway wheel manufacturer of 1520 mm gauge area, Vyksa Steel Works (VSW), fully joined the system.