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Hitachi Ansaldo deal: Hitachi acquires Breda and 40% Ansaldo STS

That's the end of the Italian Excellence for railway signalling applications. Which will be the consequences for the market? What do the current (and potential future) Ansaldo employees need to expect? How stronger will Hitachi become? All of this will come soon.

Frecciarossa 1000: not only speed!

Trenitalia confirmed its Frecciarossa 1000 would begin running on June 14th of this year with it will be possible to go from Rome to Milan in just 2 hours and 20 minutes.

Hitachi Buys Finmeccanica Rail Asset: AnsaldoBreda and Ansaldo STS

Hitachi has reached a binding agreement with the board of Finmeccanica to acquire all of the shares in AnsaldoBreda and the Finmeccanica's 40% stake in Ansaldo STS.

Insigma Group, Chinese Offer for AnsaldoBreda and Ansaldo STS

Insigma offer for AnsaldoBreda and Ansaldo STS is worth more than 1.5 billion Euros and a relevant investment plan; Hitachi might have been discouraged by unprofitable contracts

Ansaldo STS MacroLok presented as the the Interlocking solution of the future

With flexible interfaces to Traffic Management, ERTMS L1/ L2/L3, Zone Controller and other Interlockings, Ansaldo STS MacroLok seems to be the natural evolution of the previous STS Interlockings currently in service around the world

ETR 1000: The Fastest European Train Unveiled at InnoTrans

The new ETR 1000 presented at InnoTrans, the world's largest rail industry event, held every two years at the Messe Berlin exhibition centre (Germany)

Satellite technology over railway telecommunications

Is now a certainty that Satellite technology will be the future of the rail market.

Finmeccanica: new reorganization at the top

Finmeccanica. Today, the Management Board unless last-minute surprises, should appoint Sergio De Luca as general manager of Finmeccanica. In 1975 he began his collaboration with the...

Once upon a time Ansaldo Breda

Ansaldo Breda, the Italian Finmeccanica Company of the railway industry, following the country-trend, is in debt for 10 years. The company in the first half of the year has doubled its operating loss to € 68 million, while revenues fell by 26% to € 264 million.

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