Wabtec Corp. launched air-filtration innovation BlueFilter® in an effort to provide a clean, healthy environment for passengers on metro and trains. The filter continuously provides fresh and clean air onboard metro and railcars by removing more than 90% of contaminants per air cycle.
Wabtec Corporation Friday announced a $40,000 donation to the Erie City Mission.
The donation will support the Mission's programs that help the community's most vulnerable citizens overcome immediate and long-term challenges, such as food, shelter and recovery programs.
Wabtec aims to help freight railroads reduce their environmental footprint by doubling fuel efficiency by 2028.
Currently railroads use one gallon of diesel fuel to move a ton of freight 473 miles, a figure that’s four times more efficient than trucking.
PITTSBURGH — Wabtec Corporation and Tronix3D are partnering to provide much needed personal protective equipment for Excela Health, a leading health system provider of advanced medical care in Pennsylvania. The partnership is leveraging additive technology to produce 1,000 face shields for the hospital this week, which are critical for frontline...
Wabtec Corp. has acquired RELCO Locomotives for $29 million, on a cash- and debt-free basis. RELCO’s projected sales for 2019 are roughly $50 million.
The acquisition aims to expand Wabtec’s freight services capabilities and capacity to support growth in the remanufacturing and repair business.
INDIA: The Wabtec India Engineering & Technology Centre was inaugurated on December 12.
The company is investing US$5m in the facility, which will occupy five floors of a building on the ITC Green Campus in Bangalore.
Industry 4.0 is more than a catchy phrase, it’s proof that we are on the verge of a technology revolution. Wabtec President and CEO Rafael Santana shared key insights from #RailTrends19 on the top trends shaping the #rail transportation landscape in a new era of design, manufacturing and operation.
How inventor George Westinghouse Jr., investors, railroad officials, and test trains helped put the brakes on the wheels 150 years ago.
On the 150th anniversary of the creation of the air brake, the story of how George Westinghouse Jr. developed this transformational technology is worth recounting.
Erie News Now — The Fortune 500 and S&P 500 company is commemorating its roots by opening new, state-of-the-art offices on Pittsburgh’s North Shore. 250 employees will be based out of the office, which the company said will play a critical role in accelerating the future of transportation.
Wabtec Corp. recently celebrated its 150th anniversary, as well as the grand opening of its new headquarters in Pittsburgh.
“Building on this deep heritage of breakthrough ideas and 150 years of company success, Wabtec continues to pave the way for modern safety advancements and set the bar for innovative solutions."
In a wide-ranging interview with Railway Age in December 2018, BNSF’s then-Executive Chairman Matt Rose had this to say about the future of locomotive propulsion technology:
“We’ve got to look at alternative fuels for our locomotives. We tested LNG, and we don’t see the spread between diesel and natural gas wide enough to justify us maki...