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On 5 December 2022, CZ LOKO handed over 742.760, the 50th locomotive of the ČD Cargo's Class 742.71.
On 30 November 2022, Alstom and KTZ signed a new cooperation agreement.
In late 2020, LKZ and Wabtec completed the first two prototypes of the new Class TEM11A.
The Austrian operator ecco-rail will be the next lessee of the EURO9000 locomotives, ordering a full-service lease of two ones, for delivery in late 2023.
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 22 November 2022, Alstom announced that from 2025, Nestlé Waters France will use the first hydrogen-powered freight train through a solution developed by Alstom and ENGIE.
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.
On 13 October 2022, Stadler presented Renfe four of the 12 powerful electric locomotives EURO6000, which are being manufactured for Renfe Mercancías.
On 19 October 2022 at the Praha depot ČD took delivery of the last two of the planned ten Vectrons from the RSL.
A new product from LKZ are the Class TEM11A four-axle shunting locomotives.
On 13 October 2022, following the preliminary tests at the BMZ works, the 3TE28-0001 prototype left the Bryansk for the Kurbakinskaya depot to undergo test runs there.
After four years of enforced hiatus, the InnoTrans is taking place again.
On 22 September, Siemens Mobility announced at InnoTrans that it will deliver 21 Vectron Dual Mode (DM) locomotives to DB as part of the September 2020 framework contract with DB.
A model of the TRAVCA electric locomotive, which will haul the Type Talgo 230 non-powered units (NMUs) at DB Fernverkehr, was on display at the Talgo stand.