The leading rail transportation technology provider Alstom has signed a five-year agreement with Snam to develop hydrogen trains in Italy. Snam, is one of the worlds leading energy infrastructure companies.
- The agreement, aims to develop, already at the beginning of 2021, railway mobility projects including both hydrogen-powered trains and the related technological infrastructure, as well as management and maintenance services.
- Alstom will manufacture and maintain newly built or converted hydrogen trains, while Snam will develop the infrastructures for production, transport and refuelling.
The prominent deals and contracts signed by Alstom are mentioned below:
May 2020: Alstom a world leader in rail transportation system has delivered the first of the 12000-horsepower, Prima T8 electric locomotives to put into commercial service by Indian Railways. The new electric locomotives were built by Alstom and certified by the Ministry of Railways and Commissioner of Railway Safety/RDSO.
February 2020, Alstom had signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Bombardier Inc. and Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) in view of the acquisition of Bombardier Transportation for approximately USD 6.4 million.
February 2020, Alstom signed a contract worth approximately $105 million, as per agreement it will manufacture, deliver and maintain until 2032 eleven Coradia Continental battery-electric trains for regional traffic on the Leipzig-Chemnitz route on behalf of VMS (Verkehrsverbund Mittelsachsen) and with the support of ZVNL (Zweckverband für den Nahverkehrsraum Leipzig), the two authorities responsible for this line.
January 2020, Alstom signed approx. $800 million deal to refurbish and maintain Avanti West Coast Pendolinos. Britains most iconic train fleet is to undergo a major refurbishment that will create scores of high-skilled engineering jobs and secure hundreds more roles throughout the UK.
Alstom is a world leader in integrated transport systems. The company provides greener and smarter mobility worldwide. The company headquartered in France, offers a complete range of solutions from high-speed trains to metros, tramways and e-buses, infrastructure, signalling and digital mobility solutions. The company is present in over 60 countries and employs approximately 38,900 people.