Siemens Mobility and Newag sign traction equipment agreement

Siemens Mobility and Newag have signed a five-year framework agreement for the supply of up to 200 traction drives for Impuls 2 electric multiple-units ordered by commuter operator SKM Warszawa, as railway magazine «Railway Supply» informs citing Railway Gazette



This is the first contract for Siemens Mobility to delivery complete traction drives for electric trains from a Polish manufacturer.

“Siemens Mobility, as a manufacturer of turnkey solutions for traction components, is strengthening its position in the market and entering a completely new area of cooperation,” said Rafał Lewandowski, Traction Components Sales Director at Siemens Mobility Sp. z o.o.

“Newag is committed to using advanced technological solutions that give it a competitive advantage in the European rail market,” said Krzysztof Celiński, President of Siemens Mobility Sp. z o.o. “We are looking forward to starting a joint venture, especially in the context of previous cooperation on the construction of Inspiro metro trains or our ETCS on-board equipment for locomotives manufactured in Nowy Sącz.”

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