Four diesel locomotives for Thailand
On 28 April, CRRC Ziyang Co. signed a contract with TPI Polene (TPIPL), Thailand for supply 4 narrow gauge AC diesel locomotives. This is the third time for CRRC Ziyang to cooperate with TPI Polene. The first time is in 1992 for 4 locomotives and the second time is in 2013 for 8 locomotives. Up to now, the total contract number is 16 locomotives.
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2016-04

On 15 April, 2016, CRRC Corporation Limited signed a contract with Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) for supply 846 new railcars. CRRC Chairman Cui Dianguo and Vice-President Yu Weiping attended the ceremony. The prototype cars are scheduled for delivery in 2019, and are expected to be in service the following year.
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2016-04

In 2015, under the pressure from the slowdown in the growth of national economic development, CRRC actively adapted to a new environment and new changes, seized market opportunities, coped with market challenges, accurately pursued market development,
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2016-04

The international freight train Chang’an returned to Xi’an with goods for the first time on Saturday after delivering exports to Kazakhstan. CKD9C diesel locomotive hauled the train from Dosluk station into Alashankoy port. The CKD9C locomotive was made by CRRC Ziyang Co., Ltd. Since 2006, CRRC Ziyang has delivered around 200 locomotives.
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2016-04

NAIROBI, March 29 -- Kenya and China Communications Construction Company (CCCC) has signed an agreement for the construction of the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) line from Naivasha in northwest Kenya to Malaba in western Kenya.
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2016-04

On 28 March, 2016, CRRC Zhuzhou Locomotive Co., Ltd signed a contract with Nikola Tesla Thermal Power Plant in Beograd, Serbia for supply of two electric locomotives. This is the first rolling stock order of CRRC in Serbia by international bid.
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2016-04

CRRC Corporation Limited, the country's largest train-maker, plans to build bullet trains and provide other services in developed markets, including the United States and the United Kingdom, over the next five years to compete with established rivals in Europe, Japan and Canada.
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2016-04

KUALA LUMPUR - Chinese companies are widely considered as the forerunner for the proposed high-speed railway project linking the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. A series of recent investment by Chinese State-owned companies have helped to lay the ground for the bid for the 350 km high-speed railway, according to the Sunday Star, a Malaysian English newspaper.
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