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Stadler EURO9000 locomotive

Stadler announced that the EURO9000 locomotive has passed type approval in Germany and Austria. In the coming months, the most powerful locomotive in Europe will also be allowed to operate in Switzerland, Belgium, the Netherlands and Italy, Railway Supply reports citing Kurier Kolejowy.


Unusual FLIRT being tested in the Czech Republic

This week, an unusually shaped train arrived at the test center of the Velimsky Research Institute of Railway Transport. This is Stadler FLIRT, which will be used not to transport people, but to diagnose railway tracks.
Norske Tog


Stadler signs contract with Norske Tog for 17 long-distance trains

Norwegian rail leasing company Norske Tog announced that Stadler has been awarded a contract to supply 17 long-distance electric trains for the Oslo-Bergen route, with an option to supply up to 100 trains.


Stadler adapts battery electric trains to the US market

Stadler has teamed up with Utah State University (USU) and the ASPIRE Engineering and Research Center to develop, manufacture and test the FLIRT Akku, a two-car battery-powered road train adapted for the US market, Railway Supply reports citing RailTech.


Stadler to build 20 more FLIRT electric trains for Finland

Finnish national operator VR Group has signed a contract with Stadler for the supply of 20 FLIRT electric trains. The contract provides for the supply of spare parts and an option to purchase another 50 trains and complete maintenance of the rolling stock.
Stadler Flirt


The Polish plant Stadler enters the Eastern markets

The Polish plant of the Swiss concern Stadler will build modern Flirt trains for the Azerbaijan Railways. Initially, the contract was to be carried out in Belarus, but Stadler is transferring its new projects from there.


Stadler selected as bidder to supply 20 new electric trains for VR

Finland's national rail operator, VR, has confirmed that Stadler is the preferred bidder to supply 20 new electric trains for the Helsinki suburban network.
Stadler Flirt


Stadler is testing a new three-mode Flirt train for Wales in the Czech Republic

Another shipment from Stadler Rail for use in the UK has arrived at the Test Center of the Railway Research Institute in Velimi/Cerhenicích.
Stadler Flirt


Stadler delivered the first two new Flirts for PKP Intercity

PKP Intercity has received the first two of 12 Flirt EMUs produced at the Siedlce plant by Stadler Polska. The entire order must be delivered by the third quarter of 2023.
Akku Flirt


Akku Flirt presented at Innotrans

The German region of Schleswig-Holstein has ordered 55 two-section battery trains, reports Railway Supply citing Rynek Kolejowy.
Supply of trains


Swiss court upholds Stadler’s victory to supply trains for SBB

The Swiss Federal Administrative Court has dismissed Alstom's appeal against SBB's decision to enter into a Stadler framework agreement for the supply of 286 electric trains.
Stadler owner interview


Key theses from an interview with Stadler Rail owner Peter Spuhler

“Right now, no one knows what the rise in component prices will lead to. ” Key theses from the interview of Stadler Rail owner Peter Spuhler to the Swiss newspaper Finanz und Wirtschaft.