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June 20, 2013

Bombardier, Deutsche Bahn sign electric locomotive contract

The total potential contract value is up to $2 billion and includes options for the call-off of up to 450 locomotives by the year 2020.


April 2, 2013

Bombardier wins German contract

The order for 12 Twindexx Vario trains was placed at the end of March 2013 and valued at approximately $145 million.


January 12, 2011

Bombardier receives Deutsche Bahn order

The order is valued at approximately $485 million. The double-deck coaches and locomotives are scheduled to enter service at the end of 2013.


December 22, 2010

Alstom to equip 121 German trains with ERTMS

The contract is worth approximately $78 million. The trains to be equipped are 71 ICE-T tilting trains and 50 ICE3 trains, which are operated in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.


November 22, 2010

Bombardier to supply 51 Talent 2 trains to Germany

Thirty-six new three-car and 15 four-car Talent 2 suburban trains will enter service beginning December 2013 in and around Leipzig on the "Mitteldeutsche S-Bahn" network.


June 24, 2010

Bombardier to supply more German double-deck trains

The order, worth approximately $42 million, is based on a 2003 framework agreement for the delivery of 298 doubledeck coaches with an option for a further 300.


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