First locomotive export to China: Alstom supplied China with
electric and diesel electric locomotives as early as in 1958. From 1958
to 1970, ALSTOM has supplied China with 115 diesel and electric
Main lines: Alstom supplied locomotives (180 BoBo, 500 CoCo), high speed trains (60 Electrical Multiple Unit - EMU) and electrification for Shi-Tai Passenger-Dedicated Line.Mass transit:
- In 2010, Alstom signed a MoU with CNR Corporation Ltd., (“CNR”) and Shanghai Electric Group Co., Ltd., (“SEC”) - to form a strategic partnership and jointly develop new markets for mass transit products.
- During the same year, Alstom signed with China Ministry of Railway a long-term cooperation agreement to form strategic partnership for both Chinese and defined international market.
Alstom SATCO and his partner Puzhen supplied more than 1600 metro cars for Shanghai and Nanjing, over 1,000 train sets delivered in Hong Kong.
Signalling: Alstom CASCO provided signally system for metros in many Chinese cities.
- Beijing: Beijing Line 2 (renovation), Airport link (China’s first fully automated line) and recently Beijing Lines 6, Line 9 and Fangshan Line
- Shanghai Mass Transit Lines 1, 3, 4 and 10 (will be China’s largest driverless line)
- Guangzhou Line 6
- Shenzhen Line 2 & Line 5
- Hong Kong MTR Corporation lines (Island Line, Kwung Tong Line, Tsuen Wan Line, Airport Line, Tung Chung Line & East Rail Line)
Traction equipment: Alstom provides traction equipment for Beijing Line 6 and Line 15.