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The development of the Western Sydney metropolitan area is a major concern of the government of New South Wales, Australia.
After optimizing the rotor production by around 1 million EUR in 2020, the next milestone has now been reached.
The Croatian state-owned railway infrastructure manager HŽ Infrastruktura has selected Končar Electric Vehicles to deliver a new monitoring diesel railcar for the diagnostics of tracks in Croatia
On 9 December 2021, TSA announced that it was contracted by CAF to design and manufacture traction motors for 28 Civity Nordic regional trains ordered by AB Transitio.
Traktionssysteme Austria was awarded a contract for the new generation of traction motors for the Berlin Class J/JK metro trains.
Traktionssysteme Austria has started its business partnership with Hungarian bogie manufacturer Ganz Motor already in 2018 and was now awarded the first order.
On 8 October 2020, Traktionssysteme Austria (TSA) announced that it was awarded contract by Ingeteam Power Technology to design and deliver traction motors for 23 TRAVCA locomotives to be used in the ECx trains of Deutsche Bahn.
Jerusalem Transportation Masterplan Team (JTMT) has selected CAF to deliver 114 low-floor Urbos trams which will be equipped with traction motors produced by Traktionssysteme Austria.
Traktionssysteme Austria was contracted by Stadler Rail to maintain 254 traction motors of various Trenitalia FLIRTs.
On 24 June 2020 Traktionssysteme Austria announced that it was awarded a contract by CAF Power & Automation to design and deliver traction motors for 43 new trains for Docklands Light Railway (DLR) which is operated by Transport for London.
The rotor assembly line for the production of rotating components for the TSA-built electromechanical drives has been in operation since the beginning of 2020 in Wiener Neudorf.
Voith Group and PCS Holding are planning to acquire a combined 59 % of the shares in Traktionssysteme Austria GmbH. A corresponding purchase contract was signed on 29 April 2020.