Company Overview of Stadler Rail AG
Stadler Rail AG, through its subsidiaries, manufactures and sells railway vehicles and systems. The company offers articulated multiple-unit trains, double-decker multiple-unit trains, and the high-speed trains in the railway segment; and tram vehicles, urban transport systems, mountain cars, metro trains, and trolley buses. It also provides meter-gauge trains, passenger carriages, locomotives, and rack-and-pinion rail vehicles; and preventive maintenance, repair, overhaul, modernization, revitalization, fleet management and training services, as well as spare parts and subsystems. Stadler Rail AG was formerly known as Stadler Vehicles AG. The company was founded in 1942 and is based in Buss...
Founded in 1942
Key Executives for Stadler Rail AG
Chairman of the Board of Directors, Group Chief Executive Officer, President, Member of the Group Executive Board
Group Chief Financial Officer and Member of the Group Executive Board
Executive Vice President of Service and Member of the Group Executive Board
Deputy Group Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Group Executive Board
Executive Vice President of Components and Member of the Group Executive Board
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Stadler Rail AG Key Developments
Stadler Seeks Acquisitions
Feb 10 16
Stadler Rail AG plans to invest €4-5 million in the plant in Fanipol in 2016.
Stadler Rail Establishes Australian Subsidiary, Stadler Australia
Nov 19 15
Stadler Rail has established an Australian subsidiary to support its planned expansion into Australia and the Asia-Pacific region. Sydney-based Stadler Australia will participate in tenders and develop its market in the country.
Stadler May Reportedly Acquire Newag
Aug 14 15
Stadler Rail AG may acquire Newag Spólka Akcyjna (WSE:NWG). According to Swiss press speculations, Newag may be taken over by Stadler as Newag is now present on the Warsaw Stock Echange and Poland offers an attractive development potential.
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