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Alpha Trains Group
22 rue Alfred de Musset
2175 Luxembourg City
Phone: +352 2620 3113
Telefax: +352 2620 3813
E-Mail: europa@alphatrains.eu

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Alpha Trains has been an investor, owner and manager of rolling stock for more than ten years, during which time we have established an enviable record as a consistent, professional and innovative investor and manager of passenger trains and freight locomotives.

Previously as Angel Trains International and since 01 January 2010 as Alpha Trains we have been both stimulants to and beneficiaries of the liberalisation of the continental European railway market, leading to many ground-breaking deals with both public and private operators.

We believe in the future of rail in Europe and are enthusiastic about providing financial and technical solutions and delivering high quality, modern assets to our customers.

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09.09.2015  |  Alpha Trains commissions Stadler to manufacture eight regional FLIRT EMUs with multi-system technology for Keolis Deutschland

Alpha Trains commissions Stadler to manufacture eight regional FLIRT EMUs with multi-system technology for Keolis Deutschland

A further eight EMUs will join the existing fleet on the Teutoburger Wald-Netz concession at timetable change in 2017

Berlin/Cologne, 2 September 2015. From December 2017 eight 5-car Flirt³ from the Berlin train manufacturer Stadler Pankow will support the rail transport on the Teutoburger Wald-Netz concession. The new trains will provide cross-border travel on the extended line RB 61 „Wiehengebirgs-Bahn“ from Bielefeld via Bad Bentheim to Hengelo in the Netherlands. 
 Last year Keolis fought off competition in a European tender to win the Teutoburger Wald-Netz concession and will operate a total of 27 Stadler Flirt EMU leased from Alpha Trains...



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