Siemens Mobility is investing 115 million EUR to establish a cutting-edge rail infrastructure manufacturing, digital engineering and research & development (R&D) centre in Chippenham, UK.
DB Cargo Italia ordered four EffiShunter 1000 locomotives in early October 2022.
On 21 December 2023, ERA issued an approval for the T4000 pocket wagons from Tatravagónka so that the latter could subsequently start deliveries of a 200-strong batch to VTG. The first set of 15 wagons was shipped in January 2024, with the second set being transported to the customer in early February.
In December 2019 Adif awarded a consortium of Stadler and MerMec a 74.4 million EUR contract for three diagnostics trains, two EDMUs for use on the 1,668 mm gauge network, and one 1,435 mm gauge EDMU for use on the 1,435 mm gauge high speed network.
On 28 February 2024 CARGOUNIT, the largest independent Polish locomotive leasing company, has signed agreements with Siemens Mobility for the purchase of 10 Smartron locomotives a up to 90 Vectron MS locomotives, of which 30 have been called up.
PKP CARGO INTERNATIONAL has started using one Dragon 2 (Type E6MST) locomotive.
HS2’s London tunnels programme passed a major milestone as the third tunnel boring machine (TBM) being used as part of the project was launched on 25 February 2024.
On 15 February 2024 the State of California and Stadler have signed an agreement for delivery of six additional hydrogen trains.