Stadler Pankow GmbH and Stuttgarter Straßenbahnen AG presented the new DT8.12 tram for Stuttgart.
Stadler Rail and Swiss rail company BLS presented the new BLS double-decker at the InnoTrans trade fair in Berlin. It is due to start timetabled services in the Swiss capital as of December 2012.
LEO Express and Stadler Rail Group have presented to the professional audience and the wider public for the first time the new intercity FLIRT train, which is expected to start commercial operation between Prague and Ostrava from the end of this year.
The first supercap tram from Stadler Rail has been successfully in service for the Geneva transport company TPG since early July.
Stadler Rail Group presents itself with five future-oriented vehicle innovations for the passenger and goods traffic during the Innotrans, the largest trade fair for transport technology from 18th to 21st September 2012 in Berlin.
Italy’s Ferrovie del Gargano (FdG) has placed a third order with Stadler Rail for multiple-unit FLIRT trains.
After its successful participation in a pan-European tender, Berlin-based rail vehicle manufacturer Stadler Pankow GmbH is producing two pre-production underground vehicles for Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (BVG) by 2015.
For Stadler Rail, too, the last year has been dominated by the falling euro and the EU debt crisis.
Arriva and Stadler Rail are celebrating the joint roll-out of the first electric articulated multiple-unit train (EMU-GTW) in the Dutch provinces of Overijssel and Drenthe.
Stadler Rail and the Brazilian company MRS Logística celebrate the unveiling of by far the largest and most powerful rack-and-pinion locomotive ever built.
Czech railway operator LEO Express has introduced its new modern train unit to public for the first time today.
Arriva and Stadler Rail are celebrating the joint roll-out of the first diesel-electric articulated multiple-unit train (DMU-GTW) in the Dutch province of Gelderland.