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Company Overview of Stadler Bussnang AG

Company Overview

Stadler Bussnang AG manufactures and distributes FLIRT, GTW and rack railways. The company was founded in 1962 and is based in Bussnang, Switzerland. Stadler Bussnang AG operates as a subsidiary of Stadler Rail AG.

Ernst-Stadler-Strasse 4

Bussnang,  9565

Switzerland

Founded in 1962

Phone:

41 71 626 20 20

Fax:

41 71 626 20 21

Key Executives for Stadler Bussnang AG

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Stadler Bussnang AG Key Developments

Stadler to Deliver 40 Double-Deck Kiss EMUs to Hungary's MÃV-START

Stadler has signed an agreement to deliver up to 40 six-car double-deck Kiss electric multiple units (EMUs) to Hungary's national passenger operator MÃV-START. The company has signed an agreement to deliver up to 40 six-car double-deck Kiss electric multiple units (EMUs) to Hungary's national passenger operator MÃV-START. MÃV-START has an obligation to order a minimum of ten EMUs from Stadler under the new arrangement. The value of the first order is expected to amount to 195 million, including training and spare parts. The new 155.88 m-long, 2.8 m-wide and 4.6 m-high trains are currently scheduled to enter service in 2019. The framework contract states that MÃV has the flexibility to schedule procurement of the 40 units gradually, depending on the availability of European Union (EU) funding. The Kiss trains will comprises six coaches and contain 600 seats, and will be compatible with the existing 123 Flirt EMUs that have been delivered by Stadler during the previous decade. Stadler's new EMU units will be able to carry 50% more passengers, and will help MÃV-START address the challenges brought on by growing passenger numbers.

Stadler Bussnang AG Wins GBP 713.8 Million Contract for Rolling Stock Programme Services

Stadler Bussnang AG won a GBP 713.8 million contract award from Merseytravel to provide rolling stock programme services.

Stadler Bussnang Wins MAV-Start Contract for 40 Trains

Stadler Bussnang has won a tender to deliver 40 trains to the passenger unit of state-owned Hungarian railway company MAV. MAV-Start called the tender for the trains, with a minimum of 600 seats apiece, in December. It will take delivery of at least ten trains under the first ad hoc contract in the framework of the deal which the companies will sign soon. MAV-Start aims to expand and develop suburban rail service around the capital with the order.

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