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Five-year contract extension for technical support and spares agreed until December 2026.
Agreement covers support in areas such as safety, reliability, maintenance, spares supply, modifications, and overhauls. A five-year contract extension has been agreed with ScotRail, which will see the Technical Support & Spares Supply Agreement (TSSSA) run until December 2026. The contract will ensure
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Five organisations are bidding for a contract to design, manufacture and maintain the trains for the first phase of HS2. The original list was Alstom, Bombardier, Hitachi, Siemens and Talgo. When Bombardier and Hitachi decided to make a joint bid, CAF was added to the list to maintain five bidders.
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The German engineering giant said it will not proceed with the procurement process for the new line linking east and west London because it is busy with other projects, such as building trains for Thameslink. This leaves Bombardier, Hitachi and Spanish group CAF in the bidding.
Siemens said on Friday it no longer had the capacity to deliver the 600 carriages required for the new line. [From Mark Bartlett and Richard Buckby]
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