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On 31 August 2021, SJ Norge officially handed over the first of the Class 76 EDMUs.
On 19 August 2021, the fiftieth Lajkonik (TANGO) tram arrived from the Stadler Siedlce works at the MPK Kraków Podgórze depot.
Following an intensive period of testing on the Merseyrail network and the recent authorisation from ORR, the first of 53 Class 777 EMUs has been on 26 August 2021 officially passed on to Merseytravel.
Stadler showcases its first Class 777 BEMU at the first post-covid outdoor UK rail event, held between 16 and 17 June 2021 in Warwickshire.
In 2020, Stadler Siedlce expanded significantly its capacity and inaugurated a new hall for the commissioning and testing of new vehicles.
On 12 April 2021, Arriva Nederland started regular operation of its new WINK units.
Stadler Siedlce is working on a contract for 30 three-car FLIRTs DMU for FERROVIENORD.
In February 2021, a new Class ATR 803 FLIRT DMU destined for FNM arrived on the OETD IK test circuit at Źmigród.
One of the vehicles currently being tested on the OETD IK Żmigród circuit is the first of ten KISS double-deck EMUs for SŽ.
One of Stadler's current orders is the second batch of Class ED160 units for PKP IC.
On 3 February 2021, Lajkonik RY832 was brought to the Podgórze tram depot.
On 2 December 2020, MPK Kraków has started tests of the Lajkonik tram RY825 in a catenary-free mode in regular passenger service.
One of the newest trains tested at the VUZ Velim test centre is the first Class 76 FLIRT for Norske Tog.
On 4 November 2020 an agreement was signed with Stadler, which will allow MPK Kraków to take the option to purchase additional 25 Lajkonik trams.
This year, for the first time in 73 years, the inhabitants of Kraków did not see the procession of Lajkonik, one of the oldest traditions with a 200-year history.