Of the the total contract value of 378 million euros, Alstom's share is worth close to 220 million euros, the company said in a statement.
"Alstom together with Taiwanese engineering and contracting services company CTCI has won a contract from Systemwide E&M Project Office Department of Rapid Transit System Taipei City Government (SEMPO) to supply an integrated metro system for Taipei Metro Line 7 phase one," it said.
Taipei Metro Line 7 also known as Wanda Zhonghe Shulin Line is a medium capacity rapid transit line.
As consortium leader, Alstom will supply 19 metropolis trains, platform screen doors among others.
Alstom is leading provider of integrated metro systems. So far, Alstom has won 20 integrated metro system projects in 16 countries across four continents.
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