Alstom successfully delivers final Coradia Nordic regional train to Skånetrafiken in Sweden
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9 January 2019 – Alstom has successfully delivered the last of the 30 additional Coradia Nordic regional trains ordered by Skånetrafiken, regional public transportation authority and operator in southern Sweden. The completion of the 2015 order, building on an existing fleet of 69 trains, has brought the Skånetrafiken fleet of Coradia Nordic trains, better known as “Pågatågen”, to a total of 99 units – one of the largest fleets in Sweden.
“With this delivery, Alstom has cemented its position as the leading supplier of regional trains in Sweden. The Coradia Nordic has proven itself over time to be safe and highly reliable, and with this large fleet, Skånetrafiken is now one of the largest operators in the country serving a growing region. We are very pleased to have been their trusted partner on this journey,” said Rob Whyte, Managing Director of Alstom in the Nordics.
“We are very pleased with this positive cooperation with Alstom as the vehicle supplier of the new Pågatågen. We now have 99 such trains and are thus well equipped to serve new customers and to expand our Pågatågen traffic,” added Linda Westman, Business Manager, Skånetrafiken.
Each Coradia Nordic train delivered to Skånetrafiken consists of four cars, is 74 meters long in total, and has a capacity of up to 510 passengers. The train runs at a maximum speed of 160 km/h. The Coradia family is characterized by modularity, safety and performance, as well as 98% recyclability. The trains were built at Alstom's site in Salzgitter, Germany.
Coradia Nordic belongs to Alstom's Coradia range of modular trains, which benefits from over 30 years of expertise and proven technical solutions. More than 2,800 Coradia trains have been sold so far and around 2,300 are currently in service.