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6/18/2021



Rail News: Railroading Supplier Spotlight

Rail supplier news from Alstom, Ardenna, Sharma and Stantec (June 18)


Alstom has won the largest train tender in Danish rail history.
Photo – alstom.com

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Alstom has won the largest train tender in Danish rail history. As part of its landmark framework agreement with Danish State Railways (DSB) valued at 2.6 billion euros, the company won a first firm order of 100 Coradia Stream regional trains as well as a 15-year full-service maintenance agreement that amounts to a value of 1.4 billion euros. The framework agreement includes an additional 15 years of maintenance services and the possibility to order additional trainsets. Delivery of DSB’s new trains is scheduled to begin in fourth-quarter 2024.

Ardenna has announced the availability of Ardenna Rail-Inspector in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace, an online store providing applications and services for use on Azure. Ardenna customers can now use the Azure cloud platform, with streamlined deployment and management. Rail-Inspector can help customers reduce maintenance downtime, increase operational efficiency and improve worker and railroad safety — all while providing a comprehensive visual and digital record of the track condition.

Sharma & Associates Inc. announced its partnership with ENSCO to support the operation of the Federal Railroad Administration’s Transportation Technology Center (TTC) in Pueblo, Colorado, starting in October 2022. Sharma is an engineering firm that provides research and development, design and testing and technology implementation services to the transportation industry, with a specific railroad focus.

Stantec has been named Employer of the Year by WTS International, an international organization dedicated to building the future of transportation through the advancement of women. WTS recognized Stantec for advancing professional development opportunities, supporting WTS through membership events and volunteer positions, and encouraging women to enter the transportation field through community organizations, youth programs and partnerships.



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