With an experience of more than 160 years in the transport sector, Siemens Mobility is at the heart of this sector’s transformation, providing the needed answers to all its challenges.
Company’s portfolio of four business units offers from a full range of rail vehicles and infrastructure, including electrification, to interconnection, integrated digital and automation solutions which all contribute to a massive sector modernisation and evolution.
Siemens Mobility combines all Siemens businesses in the passenger and freight transport sector, answering market needs to make daily mobility simpler, more flexible, faster, more reliable and affordable.
The company is also investing in its R&D activities to develop state-of-the art mobility solutions that bring an added value to the current transport sector’s needs and pave the way towards true revolution.
Siemens Mobility has sold over 800 Vectrons to a total of 42 customers. These locomotives have covered more than 210 million kilometres and are certified for operation in 18 countries throughout Europe since 2010.
PKP Cargo ordered 5 additional Vectron locomotives under a EUR 26 million contract. 15 Vectron MS locomotives were ordered by the operator in 2015.
Serbia Cargo has opted for 8 additional Vectron MS locomotives, bringing the total Vectron fleet to 16 units.
With DB Cargo AG a framework agreement was signed for 100 multisystem locomotives, with an initial call for 40 Vectron multisystem locomotives. In 2017, DB Cargo ordered 60 locomotives from Siemens.
SBB Cargo, in cooperation with SüdLeasing, signed a contract for the supply of 20 Vectron locomotives.
ÖBB ordered 61 additional Vectron MS locomotives calling a further option from the framework contract signed in 2017 for 200 locomotives. This now brings the total number of locomotives ordered to date to 108.
Paribus Holding GmbH & Co. KG and Siemens signed a contract for the delivery of 25 Smartron locomotives intended for freight services in Germany.
This year, the first Vectron Dual Mode locomotive rolled out from company’s factory in Munich-Allach. The vehicle combines diesel and electric power, providing all the advantages of a full-featured diesel locomotive with those of an electric locomotive.
The Sinara Group – Siemens JV signed with Russian Railways a cotract of EUR 1.1 billion for the supply of 13 high-speed Velaro RUS trains, including maintenance services for 30 years.
Alpha Trains Group ordered six 3-car Mireo trains which will enter service on the Mittelrheinbahn network, between Cologne and Remagen cities. Starting 2020, the trains will provide passengers with new travel experiences.
Go-Ahead selected Siemens Mobility to deliver 56 regional multiple-unit trainsets of which 44 three-car Mireo electric trainsets and 12 five-car Desiro HC electric double-decker trains.
ÖBB ordered 24 additional Desiro ML ÖBB Cityjet regional trains bringing the total number of such trains to 189. The order is part of a framework agreement from 2010 which envisages the delivery of up to 200 such trains.
Govia Thameslink Railway awarded Siemens a GBP 240 million (EUR 280.7 million) contract for the supply of 25 new six-car Siemens Class 717 trains.
Stadtwerke München ordered 73 additional four-module Avenio trams with a total value of EUR 200 million. In 2015, Munich ordered 22 Avenio trams (suplimented the 8 trams ordered in 2014), with an option for up to 124 further units valuated at EUR 300 million.
Nuremberg is another German city that placed an order for additional seven G1 metro trains. In 2015, the city’s transport operator awarded Siemens an order to supply 21 four-car G1-type trains.
In the United States, Siemens Mobility received orders from various cities: Metro Huston ordered 14 S70 LRVs, which will bring the total number in Houston to 51; Portland’s TriMet ordered 26 low-floor S700 LRVs with an option for up to 60 additional LRVs; San Diego ordered 25 S700 low-floor LRVs;
Sofia ordered ten additional 3-car metro trains bringing the total fleet to 30 metro trains manufactured together with Newag.