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In mid-February, Norske tog announced that the contract for delivery of 17 single-deck long-distance trains had been awarded to Stadler.
On 17 February 2023 Norske tog announced that Stadler has been awarded the contract for 17 long-distance FLIRTs of the future Class 79.
On 7 February 2023 Alstom has been awarded a new contract worth more than 230 million EUR to supply 25 additional Coradia Nordic regional EMUs to Norske tog.
On 10 January 2022, Alstom has signed a framework contract with Norske Tog allowing for the provision of up to 200 Coradia Nordic regional EMUs.
For the future, Norske Tog has a adopted a policy that its fleet will be as much as possible unified.
On 31 August 2021, SJ Norge officially handed over the first of the Class 76 EDMUs.
On 3 June 2021, Oaris 78 004 entered passenger service as the first of eight four-car EMUs ordered from CAF in March 2015.
One of the newest trains tested at the VUZ Velim test centre is the first Class 76 FLIRT for Norske Tog.
On 4 February 2020 Norske tog announced a tender for delivery of up to 200 new EMU for local services. They will replace the current Class 69 EMUs on line L2 Stabekk - Oslo - Ski. The main delivery will be for 30 trains with options for purchasing of additional 170 units.
On 29 January 2020 we visited Stadler Siedlce. This works is now, in addition to Class 777 EMUs and various types of FLIRTs, also building trams for Poland and Germany. Among the FLIRTs there are many trains destined for Norway.