Aeroexpress produces body for new double-decker trains
The first trains will be delivered to Russia in October, after which they will undergo certification procedures and technological tests. The first commercial trains are scheduled for operation in June 2015.
The first three trains will be produced at a center in Altenrhein that specializes in two-story compositions. Stadler Rail Group won the international tender to become Aeroexpress' strategic partner in Moscow last year
Stadler supplies solutions for railway transport production. It has plants in Switzerland, Germany, Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Italy, Austria, Belarus, Algeria and the U.S.
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