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On 20 March 2023 the CAF Group announced that it has won two new orders to supply Urbos trams for a combined value of over 100 million EUR.
The development of the Western Sydney metropolitan area is a major concern of the government of New South Wales, Australia.
On 26 January 2023 the first of Transport for Wales’ brand new 800 million GBP fleet of trains was officially launched by Lesley Griffiths MS at a ceremony in North Wales.
On 15 December 2022, at Sant Andreu depot in Barcelona, Renfe President Isaías Táboas signed a contract with Alstom, CAF and Stadler for 97 new EMUs for Rodalies services in Catalunya.
On 12 December 2022, NS signed a contract with CAF for delivery of a new fleet of „dubbeldekkers“ for intercity services.
In June 2021 Metro de Málaga awarded CAF a contract for four more five-car Urbos 3 low floor trams.
Passengers in the West Midlands will soon have the chance to climb on board a brand new train fleet.
On 12 September 2022, CAF announced that ÜSTRA Hannoversche Verkehrsbetriebe has chosen it to supply 42 Type TW 4000 trams worth 149,98 million EUR.
NS is running a tender for a new generation of double-deck EMUs and has selected CAF as a preferred bidder for an initial order of 60 trainsets.
After factory static tests were conducted, CAF began test runs with its prototype EHMU at the end of July.
As a continuation of the information issued on 24 November 2021 regarding the CAF's acquisition of the Alstom’s Reichshoffen works, the Coradia Polyvalent and the Talent 3 platforms and after obtaining the regulatory authorisations needed for the purchase-sale agreement, on 1 August 2022 the closing of the operation has been formalised.
The operator STASY, in charge of managing transport in the city of Athens, has selected CAF to refurbish 14 metro units that currently run on Line 1 of the Greek capital's metro system.
On July 21 Sevilla 2022 city council, acting on behalf of operator TUSSAM, placed a 33 million EUR order with CAF for two new five-section 100 % low floor Urbos trams, the contract including four years of maintenance.
On 8 July 2022, SJ and CAF signed a contract worth around 300 million EUR for 25 regional EMUs, with an option for 35 more.