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On 22 March 2023, CER Cargo Holding took delivery of the first two of six Vectrons to be hired from Akiem.
On 20 March 2023 Stadler and Trenitalia have signed a four-year framework agreement for the supply of up to 50 EUROLIGHT Dual locomotives with a first call-off order for 13 ones.
ORLEN Unipetrol Doprava has taken delivery of its seventh Vectron MS locomotive in February.
On 13 March 2023, ERA issued approval for EURO9000 locomotives. It is valid for operation in Germany, and a week later approval for operation in Austria was issued, in the standard form of an Extended Area of Use (XAU).
PESA is currently working on several contracts for both České dráhy and RegioJet.
CZ LOKO is now also working on the order for five EffiShunter 1000s for Trainpoint Norway.
At InnoTrans 2022, one of the wagons on display impressed with its very unusual design and construction. It was the Extended Market Wagon (EMW), the first result of the Competitive Freight Wagon (CFW) project.
On 13 March 2023 Alpha Trains announced that it had reached an agreement with the Rail & Truck Strait Union (RTSU) for 11 new Co'Co' locomotives to be built by Stadler Valencia.
At the beginning of February, a Swiss consortium launched the DAC+ pilot train.
Following the successful partnership with KLOG Logistics Solutions for its regular trains between the intermodal terminal of Bettembourg-Dudelange and the CLIP Group terminal in Poznań, CFL multimodal has launched a new intermodal service between Sète and Poznań in October 2022.
On 3 March 2023, the two Vectron AC DPM locomotives ordered by ČD Cargo were delivered to the latter’s České Budějovice depot.
On 28 February 2023, ERA granted approval for Type E6MST Dragon 2, i. e. Polish Class ET43 locomotive.
On 21 February 2023 RAILPOOL and Alstom signed a framework contract comprising 27 TRAXX3 AC and DC locomotives and an option for 15 more.
On 18 April 2019, VR Group and Stadler signed a contract worth approximately 200 million EUR for the delivery of 60 diesel-electric locomotives, with an option for a further 100 and an additional option for a maintenance contract.
In early January 2023, Siemens Mobility has received an order for 1,200 freight locomotives of 9,000 horsepower (6,660 kW) from Indian Railways.