French mobility firm Alstom bags Rs 1,854-cr contract for Mumbai Metro

The line is a 35.3-km-long elevated corridor with 32 stations

Jyoti Mukul New Delhi
French mobility firm Alstom bags Rs 1,854-cr contract for Mumbai Metro

French mobility firm Alstom has been awarded a 220-million euro (Rs 1,854 crore) contract by the Mumbai Me­t­ro­politan Region Deve­lop­ment Autho­rity (MMR­DA) to design, manufacture, sup­ply, test, and commission 234 metro cars, including training of per­sonnel for Mum­bai Metro Line 4 and the extension corridor (Wad­ala-Kasar­vadavali-Gai­mukh).   These new products have been added to Alstom’s portfolio as part of the acquisition of Bombardier Transportation on January 29. The combined portfolio of products — signalling, engineer­ing, and services —all­ows a significantly incre­ased offering for customers across India and the Asia-Pacific Region, the company said.

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First Published: Mar 30 2021 | 10:47 PM IST

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