After more than four years at the helm of the Rail Systems and Mobility Divisions, Hans-Jörg Grundmann will assume new duties as Chief Compliance Officer of Siemens AG at the beginning of the new fiscal year.
Siemens has secured a €100m order from Czech State Railways Ceske Drahy (CD) to supply seven seven-car Railjet trains.
By awarding Siemens Rail Systems a contract to modify and refurbish 21 light rail vehicles (LRV), the Sacramento Regional Transit District (RT) will add to its fleet at a fraction of the cost of new vehicles.
Honolulu rail project will reduce traffic congestion and environmental impact while boosting the economy.
Siemens today announced that it has been awarded a $73 million contract to build 18 of its S70 light rail vehicles for TriMet in Portland.
Siemens has been awarded an order to supply signaling systems for the nearly 16-km-long extension of metro Lines 2 and 3 in the Greek capital by operator Attiko Metro S.A.
Siemens is opening the gates of its state-of-the-art traincare facility in Northampton to local families on Saturday 5 May, in partnership with London Midland.
The Hague orders 40 vehicles worth more than € 100 million.
Siemens Mobility has received an order from the Czech railway company Ceske Drahy (CD) for the delivery of 16 seven-car Railjet trains.
Siemens is to equip 9,000 of the total 11,000 automatic train control elements in the route network of the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) with the European Train Control System (ETCS) type Trainguard 100.
Air China has become the first provider to be considered by Siemens when it comes to global travel solutions. The signing ceremony was attended by Air China commercial committee vice chairman Shi Zengqi and Siemens world procurement vice president Bernd Schulz.
The strategically important railway line from Budapest-Kelenföld to Székesfehérvar is to be equipped with train protection systems from Siemens.