Conductix-Wampfler Brazil and the US-based Conductix-Wampfler Transit Group have secured multi-million dollar contracts to supply aluminum/stainless transit conductor rail for São Paulo’s new Metro monorails.
Field trials in the Netherlands: 12-meter electric bus is going to run 288 km a day in regular service with inductive opportunity charging.
Conductix-Wampfler Canada has been awarded the conductor bar order for the Rio Tinto Alcan aluminum smelter in Kitimat, BC.
Wireless charging technology allows electric buses to run all day 500 tonnes CO2 to be saved per year. Initiative could reduce bus running costs by between 15-18 kEUR per annum
Conductix-Wampfler USA has purchased an additional plant building adding 50 percent to its Omaha, NE production space.
Urban third rail transit systems are moving to aluminum conductor rails to improve conductivity and reduce energy costs. Welded Cap Rail from Conductix-Wampfler is the superior solution.
10 years of electric buses with IPT® Charge in Italy: this economical technology has come of age – charging technology establishes electric buses as a real alternative.
Green Port initiative in Thailand / Contract signed for the electrification of 26 container blocks / conversion from diesel to electric drive by 2013