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Alstom Wins €312 Mn Order To Design, Manufacture Metro Cars For Delhi

The company already has delivered more than 800 metro cars that are in service for the Delhi Metro network

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Alstom Bags Rs 3,200 Cr Order From Madhya Pradesh Metro Rail Corp

Alstom will be responsible for the design, manufacture, supply, installation, test, and commissioning of 52 standard gauge Movia metro passenger trainsets of 3-car configuration each. As many as 27 trainsets will be for Bhopal and 25 trainsets for Indore

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Alstom Confirms Talks Underway To Buy Bombardier Transportation

Bombardier has been struggling to contain higher rail costs generated by a few problematic contracts in its nearly $36 billion order backlog.

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Alstom And MMRC Unveil Mumbai Metro Line 3

Aqua-Line trainset will have safety features that include CCTV cameras, smoke detectors, emergency intercoms, fire extinguishers with large detrainment doors to quickly evacuate passengers in an emergency.

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Alstom Wins EUR 315 Million Contract To Supply Wagons For Mumbai's Metro Line 3

French Multinational Alstom has been awarded a contract by Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Limited (MMRCL) to supply 248 wagons for its metro line-3

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Alstom, Siemens To Merge Rail Businesses To Counter China's CRRC

German industrial group Siemens AG and French rival Alstom SA agreed to merge their rail operations, creating a European champion to better withstand the international advance of China's state-owned CRRC Corp Ltd.

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Infrastructure: Metro Makers

A Canadian and a French rail equipment company are keen on fast tracking India’s infrastructure plans

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Setback For Trainset Project As Bidders Ask For More Time

The five bidders who have qualified for the project are Alstom-BEML, CAF-Bombardier, Hitachi-Ansaldo, Kawasaki-Toshiba-BHEL and Siemens

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Nuclear Energy: India Is Losing A Winning Hand

The mandarins of nuclear power programme in India are using public money for decades but have not been able to master the art of implementing it on commercial lines.

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