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As a core subsidiary of CRRC, CRRC Nanjing Puzhen Co., Ltd is mainly specialized in the manufacture of urban rail vehicles, inter-city trains, modern trams, railway coaches and major core parts, etc. The company is a professional researcher, integrated supplier and solution provider in domestic railway passenger transport and urban rail transit equipment.




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Leading societies to a low carbon future, Alstom develops and markets mobility solutions that provide the sustainable foundations for the future of transportation. Alstom’s products portfolio ranges from high-speed trains, metros, monorail, trams to integrated systems, customised services, infrastructure, signalling and digital mobility solutions.150,000 vehicles in commercial service worldwide attest to the company’s proven expertise in project management, innovation, design and technology. Following the acquisition of Bombardier Transportation on January 29, 2021, the combined sales of the new group reached EUR 14 billion in the 12 months ending March 31, 2021. Headquartered in France, Alstom currently operates in 70 countries and employs 70,000 people.



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Loke Siew Fook, Malaysian Minister of Transport, Visited PATS

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On 20th October, Mr. Loke Siew Fook, Malaysian Minister of Transport, and his delegation visited PATS. Ms. Fang Ling, Asia-Pacific Region President of Alstom, Mr. Geng Ming, China Cluster Managing Director of Alstom, Mr. MAIXANDEAU Yann, Singapore&Malaysia Region President of Alstom, Mr. Deng Rui, Chairman of PATS, and management representatives warmly welcomed Mr. Loke Siew Fook and his delegation.



Mr. Loke Siew Fook and his delegation checked the production progress of the APM at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). They also visited the workshop of PATS and experienced the appearance and interior of the new train. As of now, nearly 90% of the first train of the project has been completed, and the APM train has three carriages, which are expected to be delivered to Malaysia next year.


Due to the short distance between the main terminal and satellite terminal of Kuala Lumpur International Airport, the design of the APM vehicle is the same as usual and there are no seats installed. But the train with additional features will also improve the convenience and comfort of passengers when riding. For example, some carriages still have seats for the elderly to use. In addition, the train is equipped with wider and brighter windows, allowing passengers to have a panoramic view of the beautiful scenery outside.