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On 8 March 2023 Siemens Mobility Austria has received an order from ÖBB for additional 27 three-car Desiro ML EMUs.
In early October, the Global Centre of Rail Excellence (GCRE) of Wales has acquired a fleet of three Class 360/2 EMUs from Rail Operations Group (ROG).
Cityjet Desiro ML EMUs parked at night since September 2022 will consume significantly less energy and be virtually silent than at present.
ÖBB is currently preparing for the start of operation of the new Class 4748 EMUs.
On 22 September 2022, HÜBNER Group announced it will be a supplier of products for Siemens Mobility delivering gangway systems for both the...
On 28 May 2022, Siemens Mobility and its consortium partners Orascom Construction and The Arab Contractors have signed a contract with the Egyptian National Authority for Tunnels to create the country’s high-speed rail system.
On 30 June 2022, ODEG together with representatives from the states of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Berlin, Brandenburg and Saxony-Anhalt and the transport authorities VBB-Verkehrsverbund Berlin-Brandenburg, Nahverkehrsservice Sachsen-Anhalt and Verkehrsgesellschaft Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, ceremonially signed the transport contract for the Elbe-Spree network.
In February 2021, Rail Operations UK have completed a Sale and Purchase Agreement with Heathrow Airport Limited to acquire the fleet of five Class 360/2 EMUs, plus spare parts.
Knorr-Bremse has been awarded a major supply contract by Siemens Mobility to equip trains for Egypt.
Due to the several-year delay in the contract for the Talent 3 EMUs and the still unclear delivery, ÖBB decided last year to withdraw from the contract with Alstom and ordered Desiro ML EMUs from Siemens instead.
On 11 February 2022, Siemens Mobility announced that it was awarded a Technical Support Spares Supply Agreement contract by North County Transit District in San Diego, California for its fleet of 12 Siemens Sprinter (Desiro Classic) DMUs.
In a project initially scheduled to run for three years, Voith and Siemens Mobility want to develop new and more efficient strategies for overhauling automatic Scharfenberg couplings
Raaberbahn, the Austrian division of GYSEV, signed a contract with ÖBB-Technische Services for the maintenance of Class 4744.3 and 4746.3 Desiro ML EMUs until 2030.
In addition to the ENA group of services, Go-Ahead Bayern (GABY) will also operate regional services on the Augsburger Netze network, part 1.
On 31 August 2021, Siemens Mobility has signed a contract with the National Authority for Tunnels (NAT) to deliver a comprehensive rail system that will feature the first ever high speed line in the Arab Republic of Egypt.