China: A nine-car train for the Line 1 of the Mexico City Metro was produced at the manufacturer's site in Zhuzhou. This is the first CRRC metro rolling stock equipped with rubber-tired wheels.
China: The manufacturer as a part of the consortium has won a tender for the supply of 25 unmanned three-car trains for the Kaohsiung Metro in the Taiwan island.
China: The CRRC's plant in Tangshan produced the first of 18 four-section trams under a 2020 contract for Porto. This delivery is the first urban rail contract for CRRC in EU.
Aluminum is already strongly associated with rail freight transportation rolling stock in many countries. Russia joined the trend a few years ago.
China: The CRRC’s revenue in railway segment fell more than twice against the backdrop of a decrease in sales of multiple units.
China: Manufacturer presented the new generation of the “low-speed” maglev trains for domestic operations, the tourist train with panoramic windows, as well as the retro-style double-decker tourist tram for South Korea.
China: The readiness of the world's largest rolling stock manufacturer to play by the rules of localisation is increasing. In particular, the company confirmed its willingness to establish production in Portugal.
China: The German producer has won a contract for the delivery of 3 high-speed HSG-city grinding trains to operate in the southern part of city’s urban transport system.
China: New EMUs manufactured by CRRC is launched on the Beijing-Zhangjiakou high-speed line. The manufacturer claims that it has a high degree of automation and is capable of speeds of 350 km/h.