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May 15, 2013

Kawasaki celebrates 25 years of manufacturing in N.Y.

During the past quarter-century, the manufacturer has sustained hundreds of jobs, while producing more than 2,500 railcars at its plant, which sits in the heart of the Northeast Corridor. Kawasaki is currently working on the next generation of the 7 line subway cars that will be supplied to New York City Transit.


January 27, 2011

Ansaldo to equip Kawasaki, Bombardier cars with cab signaling

Bombardier Transportation will provide 100 multilevel vehicles to New Jersey Transit. Kawasaki Railcar Inc. is supplying Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority with 364 vehicles.


November 20, 2008

Parvus wins Kawasaki order

Kawasaki Rail Car Inc. has ordered 150 DuraMAR 1000 routers for installation on new M-8 passenger railcars.


November 10, 2008

N.Y. MTA exercises subway car options

With this order, the MTA is taking up the second option on a contract originally awarded to Alstom and Kawasaki in 2002. Alstom’s share of the latest order represents approximately $491 million and covers the production of 242 metro cars.


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