Archive for category: Rail Freight

CRRC to produce flat wagons for Hupac

Chinese rolling stock manufacturer CRRC has agreed to produce flat wagons for Switz intermodal operator Hupac. 
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‘Powerful’ freight locomotive to be tested on Baikal–Amur railway in Russia

Transmashholding subsidiary Bryansk Machine-building Plant is to test its most powerful freight diesel locomotive on the Baikal–Amur railway in Russia.
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Uzbekistan launches new railway line

Authorities in Uzbekistan have commissioned the country's new Bukhara-Miskin railway.
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Rolls-Royce to support CRRC in Belt and Road strategy

Chinese rolling stock manufacturer has struck a deal with Rolls-Royce Power Systems to continue their strategic relationship. 
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DB Cargo appoints new CEO

The current managing board member of Deutsche Bahn's infrastructure division DB Netz is to become the new CEO of DB Cargo.
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‘Brexit must not undermine development of the Single European Rail Area’

CER has said that Britain's exit from the European Union must not undermine the ongoing development of the Single European Rail Area.
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Progress Rail to buy Downer’s rail freight division

American locomotive manufacturer Progress Rail has agreed to buy the rail freight division of Australian firm Downer for $109 million.
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Eurotunnel rebrands as ‘Getlink’

The company that runs the Channel Tunnel has announced a rebrand to take it into a "new era".
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Hector Rail launches search for new CEO

Hector Rail’s CEO has decided to step down due to personal reasons, prompting the freight operator into an immediate search for his successor. Joakim Landholm said that he’s chosen to leave the company for personal reasons but will remain in his position until 2018. The search for the new CEO is expected to last “a […]
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ERFA: Rastatt crisis was a wake-up call, we welcome new EU rules

The European Rail Freight Association has welcomed the introduction of new EU rules to "create a more customer-orientated rail network."
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GE confirms it’s looking to sell transportation business

American conglomerate General Electric is looking at selling its transportation division in order to become simpler, stronger, to drive more growth and create more value.
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