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French firm Alstom has signed a contract worth €194 million with the Italian operator FERROVIENORD for the supply of the first batch of 31 regional trains to Lombardy Region. This contract is the first within a framework agreement also signed today with FNM S.p.A. The trains will be delivered gradually from 2022 onwards, said in a statement.
The agreement provides the possibility, within 8 years, to purchase 30 additional trains (up to a maximum of 61) and includes options for preventive and corrective maintenance service. The signing follows the award to Alstom of the tender called by FNM in 2017, subsequent to the approval of the purchase of 176 new trains by Lombardy Region, which allocated €1.6 billion to the global programme.
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