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 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.
Indonesia: New rolling stock is to be shipped to the country between August and September for the Jakarta-Bandung high-speed line, which is expected to start operation next year. The Qingdao plant in China has already completed production and testing of 11 KCIC400AF trains.
USA: A ten-car train was produced at CRRC's plant in Chicago and has been put into permanent operation on one of the city's metro lines.
Aluminum is already strongly associated with rail freight transportation rolling stock in many countries. Russia joined the trend a few years ago.
Hungary: The locomotive arrived in Dunakeszi from the Czech Velim, where it has been undergoing certification tests since last year. It will have to obtain permission for operation in the country, which should begin this year.
Since the beginning of the year, the company has failed to win the contracts to supply almost 200 trams to Israel and 20 trains to Romania. In addition, CRRC has lost a contract to supply up to 33 trains to the Czech Republic and risks losing an order for 216 subway cars for India.
China: The CRRC’s revenue in railway segment fell more than twice against the backdrop of a decrease in sales of multiple units.
EU: In 2021, the REUSE project by UIC to stimulate the railway equipment recycling was finalized. In turn, manufacturers are increasingly indicating the share of materials in the rolling stock that are recyclable.