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July 30, 2014

Alstom locomotives attain Russian safety cert

The first vehicles should enter commercial service during autumn and will start operating in Siberia along winter time.


June 6, 2011

Alstom, Transmashholding to create electric train

The train is designed according to the principles of basic platform and modular construction, which will allow rapid modification of rolling stock of different types and composition and adaptation of any future power supply.


July 1, 2010

Alstom, Transmashholding sign design, production contract

Contract defines how companies will cooperate in fulfilling the approximately $1.2 billion order for 200 passenger locomotives awarded a month ago by Russian Railways to TMH.


May 21, 2008

Bombardier, Transmashholding form joint venture

Bombardier Transportation> and Russian-based Transmashholding announced an agreement to establish a new joint venture to develop a new family and generation of locomotives using asynchronous propulsion technology.


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