Russia: Such a statement was made by Roman Novikov, CEO of UKCP. The manufacturer plans to supply five-section trams with autonomous technologies for the Vostochny Cosmodrome as reported in 2020.
Brazil: A mock-up of the head car was presented at the NT Expo 2022 exhibition held in Sao Paulo in March. The regional Brazilian authorities and customers from Latin America have already become interested in the new rolling stock.
Egypt: The country is actively expanding the suppliers pool by entering into contracts with global manufacturers, but at the same time is working to create its own rolling stock production.
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.
UK: A mock-up of the head car was shown at the Siemens Mobility plant in Goole. It is planned to produce 47 Inspiro trains at the site, but the implementation of the contract depends on the prospects for public funding.
USA: In first years, the site will produce metro cars in order to deliver it to Washington. The volume of investments should be to $70 mln USD.
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.
Spain: At the end of 2021, the volume of new CAF orders in this segment amounted to €3 bln, compared to €1.4 bln in the previous year. A significant part of it was a large-scale order on trains for suburban transportation in Paris.
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.