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Quester Tangent, Alstom sign global framework agreement

Posted on March 17, 2015

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Quester Tangent, North American supplier of train electronics and software solutions for the rail transit industry, confirmed a global framework agreement with Alstom Transport.

The long-term agreement marks a significant step in the two companies' strategic partnership and follows a string of successful projects, including the delivery of electronic systems and integration for various North American fleet operators, such as Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority and Port Authority Transit Corp.

“This agreement further strengthens our partnership with Alstom, and confirms Quester Tangent’s position as a strategic supplier in their global supply chain,” stated Dan Cumming, director, sales and marketing, at Quester Tangent.

The global framework agreement will cover collaboration in electronic solutions and services for all rail transit bids.

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