ALSTOM awarded maintenance contracts in Brazil

Alstom and its partners awarded two new contracts for the maintenance of suburban trains in the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo

CPTM, (Companhia Paulista de Trens Metropolitanos), the operator of suburban trains for the city of Sao Paulo (Brazil) has awarded two new contracts for the maintenance of 78 of its trains to the COMAFER and Cobraman II consortia, in which Alstom is a partner. The share of the value of these two contracts attributable to Alstom is € 47,2 million. Each day, 1.6 million people use the CPTM network in Sao Paulo.

In the first contract, the COMAFER (Consórcio de Manutenção Ferroviária) consortium has been selected by CPTM for the maintenance of 144 suburban train coaches for the city of Sao Paulo. The consortium is made up of Alstom (17.3%), CAF (17.3%), Bombardier (17.3%), MPE (16%), Tejofran (16%) and Temoinsa (16%). The total value of the contract amounts to € 108,2 million. Alstom’s share is worth € 18,7 million.

Alstom and its partners will be charged with the mechanical and electrical maintenance of 48 three-coach trainsets (Series 2100 trains). These trains will operate on the various lines of the CPTM network in Sao Paulo. Maintenance work on the coaches will commence at the end of 2007 and will last for four years. 30 Alstom Transport employees will be involved in the project.

In a second contract, CPTM has entrusted the Cobraman II consortium with the maintenance of 30 further suburban trains serving the city of Sao Paulo. This consortium, which has already handled maintenance of the CPTM trains since 2002, is made up of Alstom (35%), CAF (35%) and Bombardier (30%). The total value of the contract amounts to € 81,6 million. Alstom’s share of the total is € 28,5 million.

The contract covers the maintenance of 30 four-coach trainsets (Series 2000 trainsets) which operate on line E, linking the centre with the east of the city. Within the consortium, Alstom Transport and CAF are in charge of mechanical maintenance and Bombardier of electrical maintenance. The maintenance works will commence at the end of 2007 and will last 4 years. 35 Alstom Transport employees will work on the project.

About Alstom Transport

A promoter of sustainable mobility, Alstom Transport develops and markets the most complete range of systems, equipment and service in the railway market. With a market share of 18% and sales of 5.3 billion euros, the company is no. 1 in the high and very high speed train sector and ranks second worldwide in the urban transport market, regional trains, signalling, infrastructure equipment and all associated services.

The growing complexity of technical solutions and infrastructure projects is leading increasing numbers of customers to demand complete solutions. Present in over 60 countries, with 26,000 employees, Alstom Transport’s strength lies in its ability to manage entire transport systems and to offer “turnkey” solutions that include the rolling stock, signalling, infrastructure and services.

Auteur: Redactie Infrasite

Bron: ALSTOM Transport

ALSTOM awarded maintenance contracts in Brazil | Infrasite

ALSTOM awarded maintenance contracts in Brazil

Alstom and its partners awarded two new contracts for the maintenance of suburban trains in the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo

CPTM, (Companhia Paulista de Trens Metropolitanos), the operator of suburban trains for the city of Sao Paulo (Brazil) has awarded two new contracts for the maintenance of 78 of its trains to the COMAFER and Cobraman II consortia, in which Alstom is a partner. The share of the value of these two contracts attributable to Alstom is € 47,2 million. Each day, 1.6 million people use the CPTM network in Sao Paulo.

In the first contract, the COMAFER (Consórcio de Manutenção Ferroviária) consortium has been selected by CPTM for the maintenance of 144 suburban train coaches for the city of Sao Paulo. The consortium is made up of Alstom (17.3%), CAF (17.3%), Bombardier (17.3%), MPE (16%), Tejofran (16%) and Temoinsa (16%). The total value of the contract amounts to € 108,2 million. Alstom’s share is worth € 18,7 million.

Alstom and its partners will be charged with the mechanical and electrical maintenance of 48 three-coach trainsets (Series 2100 trains). These trains will operate on the various lines of the CPTM network in Sao Paulo. Maintenance work on the coaches will commence at the end of 2007 and will last for four years. 30 Alstom Transport employees will be involved in the project.

In a second contract, CPTM has entrusted the Cobraman II consortium with the maintenance of 30 further suburban trains serving the city of Sao Paulo. This consortium, which has already handled maintenance of the CPTM trains since 2002, is made up of Alstom (35%), CAF (35%) and Bombardier (30%). The total value of the contract amounts to € 81,6 million. Alstom’s share of the total is € 28,5 million.

The contract covers the maintenance of 30 four-coach trainsets (Series 2000 trainsets) which operate on line E, linking the centre with the east of the city. Within the consortium, Alstom Transport and CAF are in charge of mechanical maintenance and Bombardier of electrical maintenance. The maintenance works will commence at the end of 2007 and will last 4 years. 35 Alstom Transport employees will work on the project.

About Alstom Transport

A promoter of sustainable mobility, Alstom Transport develops and markets the most complete range of systems, equipment and service in the railway market. With a market share of 18% and sales of 5.3 billion euros, the company is no. 1 in the high and very high speed train sector and ranks second worldwide in the urban transport market, regional trains, signalling, infrastructure equipment and all associated services.

The growing complexity of technical solutions and infrastructure projects is leading increasing numbers of customers to demand complete solutions. Present in over 60 countries, with 26,000 employees, Alstom Transport’s strength lies in its ability to manage entire transport systems and to offer “turnkey” solutions that include the rolling stock, signalling, infrastructure and services.

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Bron: ALSTOM Transport