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Metrovagonmash (MVM) and the Minsky metropoliten signed a contract for 28 metro cars.
In February 2023 Metrovagonmash has completed the contract for the delivery of Model 81-765.B/766.B metro cars for Baku.
On 29 January 2023 Mohamed Amer, head of Egyptian National Railways, and Sergo Kurbanov, vice president of Transmashholding, signed a package of agreements providing for the maintenance organisation of coaches supplied by Russian-Hungarian consortium under the contract concluded in 2018.
On 1 February 2022, the Class 3TE28 prototype built by BMZ was sent to the VNIKTI testing facility at Kolomna.
On 29 December 2022, BMZ received a certificate confirming the right to batch production of its new Class TEM23 shunters.
In December 2022, TMH announced that a new Type DTA-380 asynchronous traction motor has been produced at TMH-Elektrotekh.
On 14 December 2022, KTZ and Stadler signed three contracts of a total worth 2.3 billion EUR.
In early December 2022, the three-section Class 3TE28 mainline freight locomotive, built at BMZ, has successfully completed its trial programme.
In connection with the new DNA design of TMH vehicles, its first application on an electric locomotive has now appeared.
In late November 2022, Transmash of Engels (part of TMH) has completed the contract for supply of 200 Model 13-9744-06 container wagons to the Republic of Kazakhstan.
In late October 2022, NEVZ started delivery of a batch of 29 Class 3ES5K Yermak freight locomotives under the supplementary agreement signed between TMH and RZD.
On 12 November 2022 a new Model 81-725.1/81-726.1/81-727.1 metro train was solemnly commissioned at Baltiyskaya station of St. Peterburg Metro's Kirovsko-Vyborgskaya line.
On 10 November 2022, TMH announced that DMZ started production of the first prototype of the new Class EP2DM EMU.
Since mid-September, the first Model 81-725.1/726.1/727.1 Baltiets eight-car unit is undergoing tests on the St. Peterburg metro network.
DMZ (Demikhovsky Engineering Plant) has expanded its overhaul capacity to 200 cars per year as part of its repair facility development programme.