Most popular Hitachi wins orders for high-speed ra

2022-08-24
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Hitachi received orders from the UK high-speed railway, looking forward to exploring the xinxingguo market

Hitachi received orders from the UK high-speed railway, looking forward to exploring the xinxingguo market

China Construction machinery information

Guide: the Japanese economy reported that Hitachi announced on the 25th that it had received orders for the renewal project of 596 trains of the UK high-speed railway, including maintenance services in the next 30 years, with a total business scale of about 550 billion yen, which is Hitachi's overseas railway industry and in the market Policies have been issued at different levels, such as the industrial environment. The object of vehicle update is to connect London and Scotland love

"Nihon Keizai" reported that Hitachi announced on the 25th that it had received an order for the renewal project of 596 trains of British high-speed railway (3) applicable industry orders, including maintenance services in the next 30 years, with a total business scale of about 550 billion yen, which is Hitachi's largest order for overseas railway business so far. The object of vehicle renewal is the trunk high-speed railway connecting London and Edinburgh in Scotland. Hitachi will produce parts in China and assemble them in the UK

in the overseas market of high-speed rail, three major companies, Siemens in Germany, Alstom in France and Bombardier in Canada, provide overall services such as system equipment and maintenance management, holding more than 50% of the share. Japanese enterprises such as Hitachi participate in the overseas high-speed rail market by providing vehicles

through the influence of this order, Hitachi hopes to improve its position in many overseas competitive forces and lay a foundation for winning in high-speed rail construction projects in emerging countries such as India and Brazil in the future. Hitachi has planned to invest and build production bases in India and Brazil to improve the layout of the company's circular industry and improve cost competitiveness

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