Transport Projects in China

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 locomotives.

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.
Rolling Stock:

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.