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In December 2019, WESTbahn ordered four six-car double-deck EMUs from CRRC ZELC.
CRRC has displayed one of the freight locomotives ordered by RCH (Rail Cargo Hungaria).
On 14 December 2022, RegioJet received its newest TRAXX3 MS locomotives, in this case the last three, 388.216 - 218, of the present batch.
In the form of a model, AZLok as a representative of the framework contract signed between CRRC and DB Netz on 25 May 2018 was present at the Vossloh Rolling Stock stand.
Although Vossloh Rolling Stock has made significant strides towards dual-power and emission-free locomotives, it is not abandoning diesel locomotives for the future, as they are difficult to substitute in some applications.
At InnoTrans 2022, Vossloh Locomotives presented its new name, Vossloh Rolling Stock, for the first time and also exhibited two locomotives - the DE 18 and the completely new Modula EBB.
After the first test runs with unit 665.002 on the Správa železnic network took place in September, 665.001 is now on the main line as well.
On 19 September 2022, one of the Sirius EMUs originally ordered by Leo Express from CRRC, undertook test runs on the Správa železnic network.
It's almost two years since the first CRRC-built wagons cars for London Underground arrived in the UK.
Upon arrival at the VUZ Velim test centre, the six-car DEMU2 double-deck EMU for WESTBahn started test runs there.
Some of the vehicles produced by CRRC for European customers are the Class 461 locomotives for Rail Cargo Hungaria (RCH).
On 4 May 2022, a CRRC-built double-deck EMU for WESTbahn arrived at the VUZ Velim test centre.
In September 2021, ZF started delivery of the new Type EcoMet axle gearboxes for CRRC Puzhen.
On 23 June 2021, Paribus Rail Investment Management GmbH has signed a framework agreement on behalf of its long-standing investment partner, RIVE Private Investment, to purchase up to 50 Type DM 20-EBB (Dual-Mode) emission-free shunting and mainline locomotives.