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At the beginning of February, a Swiss consortium launched the DAC+ pilot train.
After receiving all the official approvals, Voith successfully completed the acquisition of IGW Rail on 4 October 2022.
Technology Group Voith is planning to take over IGW Rail.
In a project initially scheduled to run for three years, Voith and Siemens Mobility want to develop new and more efficient strategies for overhauling automatic Scharfenberg couplings
On 4 November 2021, PJ Monitoring (PJM) of Graz and Voith of Heidenheim agreed a collaboration over the next few years to develop a system that will enable automatic formation of a freight train from wagons fitted with automatic couplings and the safe remote uncoupling of wagons with an automatic couplings.
As part of the service agreement concluded with Lineas in April 2020, Voith started the major overhaul and other maintenance measures on a batch of Class 77 locomotives.
Voith will perform the work locally in its Kazan plant.
Since May 2019, the Voith CargoFlex couplings have been successfully deployed in regular service at SBB Cargo on 100 wagons and 25 locomotives,
In February 2019, Stuttgarter Straßenbahnen AG (SSB) awarded Voith a contract to modernise and renew the traction inverters of 50 Type S-DT 8.10 and S-DT 8.11 light rail vehicles.
Green Cargo is testing digital automatic couplings (DAC) for more efficient rail freight in a unique European collaboration.
Since July 2020, a consortium headed by Deutsche Bahn is preparing and testing the use of digital automatic coupling (DAC) on various wagons.
Voith will produce electrical equipment for a batch of 18 new HeiterBlick-built trams for Würzburg.
In early May 2020 Voith started the overhauls of a batch of 30 Class 77 diesel shunters belonging to Lineas.
Voith Group and PCS Holding are planning to acquire a combined 59 % of the shares in Traktionssysteme Austria GmbH. A corresponding purchase contract was signed on 29 April 2020.
After receiving all the official approvals, Voith successfully completed the acquisition of ELIN Motoren GmbH on 30 April 2020.