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First of the Vectron AC DPM locomotives ordered by ČD Cargo has started test runs.
ČD Cargo has put into operation another Class 189 locomotive from Akiem.
On 14 and 15 December 2022, RegioJet and ČD Cargo received its newest TRAXX3 MS locomotives.
On 7 December 2022, NYMWAG CS presented to invited guests its new handover hall.
The first pre-series TGV M arrived at the VUZ test base in Velim on 7 December 2022.
On 5 December 2022, CZ LOKO handed over 742.760, the 50th locomotive of the ČD Cargo's Class 742.71.
ČD Cargo Logistics has launched another kind of transport of Ukrainian grain, this time using big bags. These were purchased by Resilient, which is the main customer for the transports of Ukrainian agrarian commodities provided by ČD Cargo Logistics (ČDCL).
TRAXX3 MS 188 060 was the only exhibited locomotive by Alstom - now also representing the production of Bombardier Transportation (BT), from whose development this one originates.
The company's first contract from the Czech national freight operator from its homeland totals 60 Class Zacns tank wagons for the transport of light mineral oils.
On 1 November 2022, the contract for the retrofit of the on-board ETCS in 78 Class 163 and 363 locomotives of ČD Cargo was completed with a ceremonial act at Plzeň main station.
Less than a year after the start of construction, the new intermodal terminal built near Ostrava Airport welcomed the first trains in August 2022 and hosted the opening ceremony on 18 October.
On 1 August 2022, Siemens Mobility Czech Republic announced that in mid-July it signed a contract with ČD Cargo for the delivery of 10 Vectron MS locomotives (A54 variant).
The TGV PSE 16 unit, which will be the subject of presentations and an exhibit at the RAIL BUSINESS DAYS in the coming days, arrived in the Czech Republic on the afternoon of 5 June 2022.
The Russian aggression against Ukraine, launched in the early hours of 24 February 2022, has also resulted in a humanitarian crisis in the invaded country.
On 31 January 2022, it was announced that Vectrons can run under ETCS supervision on selected sections of the Czech network.