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Wiserlinks Knowledge

  • The world is changing incredibly quickly, business is speeding up, new competitors emerge from other markets. Life is more complex and inter-connected than ever. Leaders have to partner with their peers in order to make these new challenges a success.
  • This blog presents ideas for action.
 

Jean-Bernard Girault

General Electric Must Buy Alstom Stakes In Energy Joint Ventures For $3 Billion

A photo taken on June 23, 2014 in Belfort shows the logos of the French power and transport engineering company Alstom.  France on June 22 clinched a deal to take a stake in Alstom, a move aimed at preserving the country's strategic interests in the face of a bidding war for the French engineering giant. AFP PHOTO / SEBASTIEN BOZON

| 14/05/2018

Investors General Electric (GE) will buy Alstom’s stakes in three energy joint ventures for 2.59 billion euros, equivalent to $3.1 billion, adding to GE’s exposure in a struggling market as the French company exercises its right to sell out. The Boston-based Dow Jones component acquired Alstom’s power business in November 2015 for roughly $10.6 billion, […]

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Jean-Bernard Girault

Alstom, Siemens to merge rail businesses to counter China’s CRRC

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| 05/10/2017

CNBC German industrial group Siemens and French rival Alstom agreed to merge their rail operations, creating a European champion to better withstand the international advance of China’s state-owned CRRC. Siemens will own 50 percent plus a few shares of the joint venture, to be called Siemens Alstom, while Alstom will supply Henri Poupart-Lafarge as chief […]

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Jean-Bernard Girault

Alstom wins Shanghai traction and monitoring contract

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Rail Journal | 25/11/2016

Rail Journal  Alstom has won a €31m contract to supply traction and train control monitoring systems (TCMS) for 156 metro cars for Shanghai Metro Line 10 phase 2, which is expected to open in 2018.   Click here to read full article  About Wiserlinks 

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Jean-Bernard Girault

Bombardier, Alstom near $4.4-billion Paris rail deal

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The Globe and Mail | 07/11/2016

The Globe and Mail A partnership between Bombardier Inc. and Alstom SA is close to clinching a contract to supply 270 commuter cars in the Paris region valued at about $4.4-billion. “There is a very strong probability that the [Alstom-Bombardier] consortium will be the one that will build the carriages,” a source at SNCF, France’s […]

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Jean-Bernard Girault

Alstom to provide Amtrak with its new generation of high-speed train

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Alstom | 01/09/2016

Alstom Alstom and Amtrak announced today that they have signed a contract for Alstom to design and build 28 new high-speed trains, which will run on the Northeast Corridor (NEC) between Boston and Washington D.C. Amtrak and Alstom also signed a long-term contract under which Alstom will provide Amtrak with long-term technical support and supply […]

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Jean-Bernard Girault

Hitachi, Alstom, Stadler win $5 billion contract to build trains for Trenitalia

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Reuters | 30/06/2016

Reuters Hitachi Rail Italy, France’s Alstom and Swiss firm Stadler have won contracts worth a combined 4.5 billion euros (3.74 billion pound) to build trains for Trenitalia, the Italian train operator said on Tuesday. Hitachi Rail Italy won the biggest chunk of the contract, to build 300 trains. Alstom will build 150 medium-capacity trains and […]

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