Bombardier is the largest international rail transportation investor in Poland. It has more than 2,000 employees in Katowice, Lodz, Warsaw and Wroclaw. Its wide range of business activities includes:
Bombardier owes its market success to the emphasis it places on technological innovation in compliance with the spirit of respect for the natural environment. This approach to modernity is Bombardier’s response to customer needs and an expression of the responsibility of the company, which conducts its business in accordance with the principles of sustainable development.
Bombardier products and services are well known in the country. New generation TWINDEXX double-deck trains are operated in Poland by Koleje Mazowieckie. The TRAXX locomotives are operated by many companies, including LOTOS Kolej, Pol-Miedź Trans, Orlen Koltrans and Koleje Mazowieckie. Modern low-floor FLEXITY trams improve urban transport in Kraków, Gdansk and Lodz. All main rail lines in Poland, as well as lines 1 and 2 on the Warsaw metro, are equipped with rail control solutions designed and produced with a significant contribution from the Bombardier Transportation site in Katowice. Bombardier’s INTERFLO ERTMS Level 2 technology will soon be launched on E30 and E65 rail lines.
The first order for 14 FLEXITY trams was placed in 1998; the fourth order was placed in June 2010. The total number of vehicles ordered now stands at 74.
Bombardier’s level crossing systems are installed in more than 1,000 locations in Poland.
The integrated control room is the heart of the rail traffic management system.
Bombardier has completed delivery of its ERTMS Level 2 solution for the Legnica-Wegliniec-Bielawa Dolna section of Poland’s E30 line in 2015. This landmark project marked the completion of the first implementation in Poland for this new standard specification for the country’s entire signalling system.
In July 2007 Bombardier received an order from the Mazovia Region for the delivery of 37 double-deck coaches for the suburban rail network operated by Koleje Mazowieckie. During the summer season the double-deck trains transport Koleje Mazowieckie’s passengers also on the Warszawa – Gdynia E-65 line.
Bombardier Transportaion and LOTOS Kolej signed an agreement for the delivery of 10 diesel-electric locomotives in 2009. Polish operator began freight operation of TRAXX F140DE locomotives in July 2011.
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