Alstom: contract worth 120 million euros in Belgium

Posted 01 February, 2022

Alstom has signed a framework agreement to deliver up to 50 third-generation Traxx electric locomotives to Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer Belges (SNCB), Belgium, for entry into service on its passenger lines. The first firm order, estimated at nearly 120 million euros, covers the design, manufacture, and certification of 24 locomotives. Deliveries are expected to begin in 2026.

These new locomotives will make national and cross-border journeys on the electrified networks in Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, and Germany, including on a number of high-speed lines. They are designed to work with the various electrification systems of the countries and are equipped with the ETCS signaling system, as well as the traditional signaling systems required.

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