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Siemens Mobility will expand its manufacturing footprint by building a 220 million USD advanced manufacturing and rail services facility in Lexington, NC.
H. Cegielski - Fabryka Pojazdów Szynowych presented in Berlin a second-class passenger coach of Type 177A-10 for PKP Intercity.
On 18 January 2023, VR-Yhtymä (VR Group) ordered nine double-decker sleeper cars ("kaksikerroksiset makuuvaunut", where the first word means "double-deck" in plural form, and the second "sleeping cars") and eight double-deck car-carriers ("autovaunut") from Škoda Group.
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.
In connection with the purchase of 537 coaches from Stadler for KTZ, the passenger cars for ADY were also mentioned.
On 2 February 2023, the Škoda Group announced that it had established a new subsidiary, Škoda Group Austria GmbH.
On 18 January 2023, VR ordered nine double-deck sleepers and eight car-carrier wagons worth around 50 million EUR from Škoda Transtech.
On 14 December 2022, KTZ and Stadler signed three contracts of a total worth 2.3 billion EUR.
On 24 October 2022, a presentation of the new brand and offer of night travel - ČD Night - took place at Praha main station.
In future, a total of 33 Nightjets of the Viaggio Next Level generation from Siemens Mobility will ensure comfortable and at the same time climate-friendly travel in Central Europe.
On 25 August, MOB announced that GoldenPass Express (GPX) direct trains are scheduled to start operating on 11 December 2022 on the 115 km Montreux - Zweisimmen - Interlaken Ost route, with 1,000 and 1,435 mm track gauges.
After four years of enforced hiatus, the InnoTrans is taking place again.
In May this year, SNCB said goodbye to its special SR3 car.
On 8 March 2022, ENR introduced the air-conditioned third-class trains as a new service for the first time in the history of railways.