Bombardier Transportation orders new auxiliary power units worth USD $3.4m.
TPS has been a strategic supplier of Bombardier Transportation for over 7 years supporting their contract to supply trains to the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC). TPS have already supplied Bombardier over 700 auxiliary power supply units which are a key part of a distributed power system throughout the train.
This project is a proof of TPS’s commitment towards developing cutting edge, efficient and reliable power conversion systems for the Rolling Stock Industry.
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Japanese giant Hitachi is to move the headquarters of its lucrative rail business to Britain in what is seen as a pre-emptive bid to build the 180mph trains for the Government’s controversial £50billion HS2 line.
Its corporate headquarters will switch from Tokyo to London – with a British executive rather than a Japanese national as global boss – in what minsters hailed today as ‘an incredible vote of confidence’ in the UK. Hitachi Rail was previously at the centre of a furious ‘British jobs for British workers’ row when it clinched a major rail contract for intercity trains ahead of UK-based but Canadian-owned rival Bombardier in Derby.