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In the fourth quarter of 2022 Knorr-Bremse has received a major order for coupling, brake and door systems destined for metro trains in Italy.
On 13 January 2023 Stadler announced that it has won a Europe-wide tender to retrofit up to 80 special vehicles of DB Netz for infrastructure inspection purposes with the GUARDIA ETCS OBUs.
Fée Dragée, Oyster Mushroom and Under Leaves are current color trends.
In December 2022, Liebherr-Transportation Systems and Zhejiang Zongche Railway Vehicles Equipment Co. have signed an agreement to transfer all shares from Liebherr to Zhejiang Zongche Railway Vehicles Equipment Co.
Tokyo Metro was testing synchronous reluctance traction motors on two EMU cars on the Hibiya metro line.
This was the second time that ŽĎAS has participated at InnoTrans as an exhibitor.
AMiT has introduced a new water-resistant HMI for rail vehicles in a very visual way.
MSV elektronika of Studénka presented its new exterior LED lights of Types MTL 04 and BKS_PAR 56.
The mobile application is already in use.
On 14 November 2022, Schaeffler has signed a contract with the CERATIZIT Group for the acquisition of CERASPIN.
Wabtec exhibited at its stand the Stemmann-Technik’s Panto300 pantograph for railway vehicles with a maximum speed of 250 km/h.
After optimizing the rotor production by around 1 million EUR in 2020, the next milestone has now been reached.
Mitsubishi Electric’s Semiconductor European Business Group has been awarded by Siemens Mobility with the supplier award in the prestigious category “Moving Beyond”.
The Praha-based technology company Passengera, which develops and delivers complex digital solutions for trains, buses, etc., was also an exhibitor at InnoTrans.
After receiving all the official approvals, Voith successfully completed the acquisition of IGW Rail on 4 October 2022.