23. March 2017
Traktionssysteme Austria participated
in the company competition for the State Prize for Corporate Quality 2017. Due to the achieved result, Traktionssysteme Austria
was included in the list of Austria´s excellent companies and may use the logo „Exzellentes Unternehmen Österreichs
2017“ (Excellent Austrian Company) for its own purposes.
01. March 2017
In the latest video of our successful format
TSA Company Newsflash, we show you optimized workflows in our manufacturing hall which helped us in achieving additional cost
saving in the fields of energy, optimized resource utilization and smart maintenance of operating equipment.
27. February 2017
was significantly involved in the International Conference "more drive - Efficient Machinery and Drives for Industrial
and Mobility Applications (Austrian Electrotechnical Association - OVE, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
- IEEE)" at the House of Industry in Vienna from January 25-26, 2017.
03. February 2017
TSA was awarded by CAF, Construcciones
y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles, S.A. in Spain, to design and deliver traction motors for CIVITY UK, a low floor train solution
which was developed for commuter and regional services. The train operator ARRIVA UK will strengthen its service by purchasing
43 Civity electric trains which can reach a maximum speed of 160 km/h.
19. January 2017
Stadler Rail completed the first sale of its new
broad-gauge trams on the Russian Market: Saint Petersburg ordered 23 Metelitsa (Метелица) trams. The vehicles are being produced
in great measure at the Stadler Minsk factory and in Switzerland. The first six vehicles will be handed over at the end of
19. January 2017
The Glasgow Subway is an underground metro
line in Scotland´s biggest city. It is the third-oldest underground metro system in the world after the London Underground
and the Budapest Metro and was opened in December 1896. In a consortium with Ansaldo STS, Stadler Rail won a tender in 2016
for 17 new vehicles. The completely modernized system will have a fleet of 17 driverless trains.