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July 10, 2013

Alstom inaugurates new Canadian manufacturing plant

Built to serve Alstom’s needs in the context of an approximate $1.1 billion contract between the Bombardier-Alstom consortium and the Société de transport de Montréal to supply the agency with 468 new metro cars, the plant will assemble more than 900 bogies.


April 4, 2013

BYD to build electric bus assemby plant in Calif.

Will break ground on May 1 for an assembly plant in Lancaster, Calif. The operation will be located in a defunct recreational vehicle manufacturing plant on a 13-acre site.


May 22, 2012

Alstom breaks ground on Canadian plant

Slated for completion next fall, it will support the manufacturer’s role in the $1.17 billion contract between a Bombardier-Alstom Consortium and the Société de Transport de Montréal for the manufacture of 468 new metro cars.


January 26, 2012

Van Hool announces new manufacturing site

The new plant will enable the European coach manufacturer to continue to meet its high quality manufacturing standards to deliver products that offer North American operators consistent long-term pricing and greater scalability, as well as reduced cycle time from order to delivery.


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