Vossloh has won an important tender for the supply of rail fastening systems for the construction of a new high-speed line in China, with an order volume equivalent to over €30 million.
The rail fastening systems are intended for a section of the planned high-speed line between the Guiyang and Nanning in southern China. Deliveries are scheduled to start in 2022, with the high-speed line planned to be taken into operation in 2023.
"We are very pleased that this order will continue our success story in China, which has been ongoing for over a decade," says Oliver Schuster, Vossloh AG's CEO. "This important order win fits seamlessly into our order trend, which has been very encouraging so far this year despite the Covid-19 pandemic, and clearly underlines the above average crisis resistance of our company and our entire industry.”
Vossloh Fastening Systems China Co Ltd has been present in China since 2006. China has the world's largest and most advanced high-speed rail network, covering more than 30,000km. The network is to be expanded to over 45,000km by 2030.
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