New Delhi (Metro Rail News): Alstom will participate in the upcoming 13th International Railway Equipment Exhibition (IREE) at Aerocity, New Delhi, between 22- 24 October 2019. A leader in sustainable mobility, Alstom will showcase its advanced transport solutions for mainline and urban railways.
Visitors to the Alstom booth will get a global overview of the company’s latest solutions for transport and take a journey through the full range of activities of – Signalling and Digital Mobility, Rolling Stock, Systems & Infrastructure, Services, Industrial Capabilities & Components.
Come and visit us at IREE 2019! Hall 5, Stand 25
On Alstom’s participation in IREE 2019, Mr. Alain Spohr, Managing Director for India and South Asia said, “Alstom’s footprint in India in steadily growing and we are pleased to be the preferred partner of many customers for their mainline and urban solutions. We are constantly working towards fulfilling our commitment towards ‘Make in India’. Our participation in IREE 2019 comes at a time when the nation’s rail transportation sector segment is in the power gear, this exposition will provide us a global platform to showcase its full range of innovative solutions
Alstom’s spokespersons will also participate in two panel discussions at the Indian Rail Conference 2019 that coincides with the exhibition.
- Mr. Alain Spohr will speak on “Railways – Gateway to Employment & Make in India”
- Mr. Sandeep Joshi, Commercial Director (Alstom India & South Asia) will be part of the panel discussion on “Realizing Export Potential – Make in India for the World”
Organized by CII in association with the Indian Railways, this is one of its kind events focusing on showcasing future technologies, requirements, and solutions for the Rail industry. The exposition attracts participation and visitors from around 20 countries. Know more about IREE 2019 at http://www.ireeindia.com/
About Alstom in India
Alstom has established a strong presence in India. Currently, the company is executing metro projects in several Indian cities including Mumbai Chennai, Kochi and Lucknow where it is supplying Rolling Stock manufactured out its state-of-the-art facility at SriCity in Andhra Pradesh. In the Mainline space, Alstom is executing Signalling & Power Supply Systems for the 343 Km section on World Bank funded Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor. Phase 1 in the construction of the new electric locomotive factory for manufacturing and supply of 800 units of 12000HP locomotives is also complete at Madhepura, Bihar while the depot at Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh is ready to commence operation. Alstom has set up an Engineering Centre of Excellence in Bengaluru, and this coupled with a strong manufacturing base as well as localized supply chains, is uniquely positioned to serve customers across the globe.
Today, Alstom in India employs more than 4,800 people and in line with Government of India’s ‘Make in India’ policy initiative, Alstom has been investing heavily in the country in producing world class rolling stock, components, design, research and development to not only serve the domestic market, but also rest of the world. www.alstom.com/India