Siemens decided to leave the Russian market in connection with the Russian attack on Ukraine, recording a collection of 600 million euros in the results of the second quarter.
These trains were produced under a contract for the Russian Federation. However, due to the departure of Siemens from the Russian market, it was decided to complete the trains and offer them to Kazakhstan.
The Arbitration Court of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region handed over the equipment, tools and spare parts owned by Siemens Mobility GmbH and necessary for the repair of high-speed trains to JSC Russian Railways for storage and use.
Siemens confirmed to TASS that from May 13 it will dissolve maintenance service contracts with Russian Railways. This is reported by the railway magazine Railway Supply.
Dmitry Chernenky: Siemens prepared in advance for localization and will participate in UZ tenders. Dmitry Chernenky, Key Account Manager at Siemens Ukraine, spoke about the intentions of the German rolling stock manufacturer to enter the tender from UZ for the purchase of 80 new trains, reports Railway Supply magazine with reference to urm.
Siemens representatives asked Ukrzaliznytsia to duplicate the tender documents in English. Picture: Siemens UZ responded that the law does not require this, but agreed to comply with the request, reports the railway magazine Railway Supply with reference to urm.
Siemens Mobility has started delivering the third batch of high-speed electric trains "Sapsan" - the first of them arrived by sea on August 9, 2021 from the German port of Lubeck in St.
Siemens Mobility has launched an electronic parts catalog Siemens Mobility announced the launch of MoComp, a unified electronic spare parts catalog for rolling stock.
Siemens Mobility has delivered two Smartron locomotives to the Bulgarian company Bulmarket Rail Cargo On November 15, 2020, two Smartron locomotives were supplied to the Bulgarian company Bulmarket Rail Cargo, as railway magazine «Railway Supply» reports citing Seenews.