Bombardier ha vinto una commessa per l'equipaggiamento di propulsione e controllo della linea R2 della metropolitana di Dongguan
Bombardier Transportation e il suo partner cinese di joint-venture New United Group forniranno l'equipaggiamento di propulsione per 20 treni della metropolitana da 6 vagoni ognuno
BERLINO, GERMANIA--(Marketwire - 28 giugno 2012) - Bombardier Transportation ha annunciato oggi di avere firmato, insieme a New United Group (NU), un contratto con CSR Nanjing Puzhen Rolling Stock Co., Ltd. per la fornitura dell'equipaggiamento di propulsione e controllo BOMBARDIER MITRAC. Bombardier si occuperà dell'ingegneria, della fabbricazione, delle prove, della messa in servizio e dei pezzi di ricambio iniziali dell'equipaggiamento di propulsione e controllo di questi nuovi treni della metropolitana che saranno consegnati da CSR Nanjing Puzhen Rolling Stock Co., Ltd. a Dongguan Rail Transit Co., Ltd. The total value of the contract is approximately 180 million CNY (23 million euro, $28 million US)(1), with Bombardier's share valued at approximately 102 million CNY(13 million euro, $16 million US)(1). The MITRAC equipment will be delivered from Bombardier Transportation's production facilities in Vasteras, Sweden and Changzhou, The People's Republic of China.
The project marks the first application of MITRAC propulsion and control equipment in a Chinese metro system with an operational speed of 120 km/h. With a total length of 37 km, the R2 Line is the first metro line in the City of Dongguan and is expected to go into service by 2015.
"Bombardier is the world's leading provider of propulsion and control equipment for rail vehicles. Our solutions set the standard in terms of reliability and form a key part in the Dongguan development of public mass transport in China and the wider region," said Per Allmer, President Propulsion and Controls, Bombardier Transportation.
Jianwei Zhang, President and Chief Country Representative of Bombardier China, said: "Following the recent order of Bombardier propulsion equipment for the Beijing Metro Line 14, the award of this contract for the Dongguan R2 Line once again demonstrates the confidence and trust that Chinese customers have in our proven and reliable technology. As always, Bombardier is committed to delivering on time with high attention to quality for this breakthrough 120 km/h metro project in China."
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