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On 1 March 2023 Škoda Group announced that production of new trains will return to the Šumperk works.
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 2 February 2023, the Škoda Group announced that it had established a new subsidiary, Škoda Group Austria GmbH.
In December 2022, Škoda started the production of bodyshells for the first three-car EMUs for Eesti Liinirongid (Elron) at the Ostrava works.
On 19 January 2023, the first four-car Moravia EMU was put into service.
On 18 January 2023, VR ordered nine double-deck sleepers and eight car-carrier wagons worth around 50 million EUR from Škoda Transtech.
At the end of 2022, there were already five Panter EMUs in Riga.
This was the second time that ŽĎAS has participated at InnoTrans as an exhibitor.
The Cottbusverkehr GmbH (CV), which signed a contract with the Škoda Group for the delivery of seven trams in 2021, decided to exercise its option and ordered 15 more of these ForCity Plus three-car unidirectional vehicles on 7 December 2022.
On 28 October, Škoda Group inaugurated the offices of its new subsidiary in Florence.
After four years of enforced hiatus, the InnoTrans is taking place again.
Shortly after the presentation of the 16Ev-02 to the public at Riga central station, it can be seen on test on the LDz network.
On 7 September 2022, the first unit of the type 16Ev for Pasažieru vilciens, produced by the Škoda Group, was presented to the public.