ABB Announces Orders From Stadler Valencia To Power More Than 300 New Trains

ABB said the company has received orders worth $170 million from Stadler Valencia to power more than 300 new trains and locomotives with energy-efficient traction technologies. The majority of these orders have been booked in third quarter, 2022.

The company noted that a large part of the trains that will be powered by ABB technologies are based on Stadler's tram-train CITYLINK model, a barrier-free light rail vehicle family specially designed to connect the city center with its metropolitan area without changing trains.

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