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800 René-Lévesque Boulevard West

Montréal, QC H3B 1Y8


Phone: 514-861-9481

Fax: 514-861-2420

es in 24 countries. Additionally, Transportation operates approximately 40 service centers at customers’ premises across the world. Transportation has customers in 60 countries. A total of 85% of Transportation’s business is with large, well-financed railway operators in the public sectors, such as national railways and municipal transit authorities. These organizations rely on public involvement for infrastructure funding and operations financing. Market segments Transportation covers a range of products, services and solutions divided in four segments: Rolling Stock, Services, Systems and Signalling. Rolling Stock: The rolling stock products of Transportation include locomotives, intercity, very high-speed and high-speed trains, commuter and regional trains, metro cars, light rail vehicles, propulsion and controls for the vehicles and bogies. Locomotives: Transportation offers locomotives for intercity, regional and freight rail service, in both electric and dieselelectric versions. Its major products are dual mode locomotives and the TRAXX family. Intercity, high-speed and very high-speed trains: Transportation’s product line includes equipment for medium and long-distance operations, such as multiple units and coaches for intercity and high-speed passenger transportation. Its major products are ZEFIRO highspeed trains, REGINA intercity trains and powerheads for AVE (Alta Velocidad Española). The ZEFIRO modular high-speed platform covers the full spectrum of speed requirements: intercity (160-200kph), highspeed (200-250 kph) and very high-speed (above 250 kph). Commuter and Regional trains: Transportation offers a range of suburban and regional rail transit for urban centres and outlying regions. Transportation has a product line featuring electrical, diesel and hybrid self-propelled vehicles, along with a range of locomotive-hauled coaches in both single and double-deck configurations. Transportation’s TALENT 2, SPACIUM or AGC (Autorail Grande Capacité) modular and flexible product platforms offer maximum flexibility to transit authorities and operators. Metro cars: Transportation offers high-capacity mobility for inner-city transit. Its flexible MOVIA product platform is adaptable to and future requirements of customers across diverse markets. Light rail vehicles: Transportation offers a portfolio of light rail solutions ranging from 100% low-floor trams to high-capacity light rail vehicles, covering the needs of cities around the world. Its FLEXITY family provides transit in dense urban centres. Propulsion and controls: Transportation’s product line includes complete propulsion, train control and management systems for Bombardier rail vehicles and third-party customers worldwide. Bogies: Transportation offers complete bogie solutions, such as the FLEXX product family, for Transportation rail vehicles and third-party customers worldwide. Services: Transportation provides a service portfolio including full train and fleet maintenance, material and logistics programs, modernization, reengineering and overhaul of vehicles and components. Systems: Transportation segment engages in developing, designing, building, operating and maintaining turnkey transportation systems. Transportation offers solutions from fully automated rapid transit, light rail, metro and intercity systems to people movers and monorail systems, as well as transit security, energy management and catenary-free solutions. Signalling: Transportation provides a portfolio of onboard and wayside signalling solutions that increase speed, safety and track capacity on rail networks. Its main products are CITYFLO, for mass transit systems, such as metros, light rail or people movers, and INTERFLO, for mainline transit ranging from freight traffic to regional/commuter, intercity and high-speed services. Competition Transportation’s major competitors are Alstom Transport (Alstom), a business unit of Alstom SA and Siemens Mobility (Siemens), a business unit of Siemens AG. History Bombardier, Inc. was founded in 1942.


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