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October 23, 2013

Oregon introduces 2 new Talgo Series 8 trainsets

State DOT has spent $38.4 million for the purchase of the trainsets and another $6 million for consultants, spare parts, testing and the addition of Wi-Fi.


November 7, 2012

Talgo sues Gov. Walker, Wisconsin

Train manufacturer claims it does not have to deliver two new train sets. The point of contention goes back to last year, when the state didn’t pay the $4.6 million Talgo claimed it was owed for ongoing work on the trains. The parties disagreed on who would pay to test the trains.


September 19, 2012

Bombardier, Talgo to equip Saudi Arabia

Will develop and supply components for 36 very high-speed trains. The contracts are valued at approximately $367 million.


May 30, 2012

Officials blast Wis. Gov., party for rail rejection

Said the short-sightedness of Gov. Walker and the Republican-led legislature is killing job creation in the Milwaukee-Chicago corridor.


September 23, 2010

Talgo taps MSC.Software for virtual HSR simulations

Talgo specializes in the design, manufacture and maintenance of railway material and equipment. The company uses Adams to validate train suspensions to fulfill certification standards and to perform faster simulations of high-speed trains.


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