In a wide-ranging interview with Railway Age in December 2018, BNSF’s then-Executive Chairman Matt Rose had this to say about the future of locomotive propulsion technology:
“We’ve got to look at alternative fuels for our locomotives. We tested LNG, and we don’t see the spread between diesel and natural gas wide enough to justify us maki...
Under the contract, Wabtec will provide an integrated offering, including its Interoperable Electronic Train Management System (I-ETMS) PTC safety-overlay solution, Locomotive Data Recording System – Video (LDRS-V), training, and system integration services across Iowa Northern Railway’s entire locomotive fleet.
US digital solutions provider Wabtec is set to collaborate with Canada-based Hifi Engineering in an effort to bring advanced sensing and monitoring solutions to mine operators.
Rail transport company Wabtec Corporation has just announced its investment in GE Additive’s new H2 binder jet 3D printing technology. The 3D printer will be used by the Pennsylvania-based company to print large, complex parts, enabling it to grow its use of additive in the...
USA: Wabtec has been awarded a $55m contract to implement Positive Train Control on the 160 km New Mexico Rail Runner Express route from Belen to Albuquerque and Santa Fe.
Wabtec marked the delivery of the 1000th Evolution Series Tier 4 Locomotive at its plant in Fort Worth, Texas.
The delivery to CN highlights the commercial success of the locomotive, which set the standard for environmental performance in the freight-rail industry, the company said.
Wabtec continues to invest in additive technologies and the Additive Development Lab at the Erie site is the prime example.
Additive manufacturing is the process of making any 3D object layer by layer.
Wabtec Corporation recently announced that it completed delivery of five diesel-electric PowerHaul® series locomotives to Körfez Ulaştırma A.Ş., the subsidiary of Turkey’s largest refinery Tüpraş operating in railway transportation.
NEW YORK, February 21, 2019: S&P MidCap 400 constituent Wabtec Corp. (NYSE: WAB) will replace The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. (NASD: GT) in the S&P 500, and The Goodyear Tire & Rubber will replace Wabtec in the S&P MidCap 400 effective prior to the open of trading on Wednesday February 27.
Last May, Wabtec, a railroad-equipment maker that specializes in passenger trains, said it was merging with GE Transportation, a dominant player in freight trains.
Wabtec Corp. executives were in the midst of poring over data on financial records, customer base and research efforts — weighing whether an $11 billion mega-deal with General Electric’s locomotive business made sense — when they had an eye-widening moment.