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CAF 9-Month Net Profit Down At 1 Mln Euros YoY
CAF Wins Tender To Supply Trams In UK And Contract For Electric Buses In Italy
CAF Wins Deal To Supply SNCF With 28 Trains For 700 Mln Euros
Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles SA (CAF) is a Spain-based company engaged in the rolling stock manufacture. The Company’s activities are divided into two business segments: Rolling stock, as well as Components and spare parts. The Rolling stock division focuses on the design, production and distribution of rolling stock and equipment for railway systems, such as high-speed vehicles, locomotives, trains for middle-distance transportation, commuter trains and electric motorcars, subway trains, streetcars, traction and signaling systems, as well as energy storage solutions. The Components and spare parts division offers elements and spare parts for rolling stock equipment, such as wheels, axles and gear units. In addition, the Company offers technical assistance, maintenance and after-sale services, as well as development of rail infrastructure, among others. It operates through numerous subsidiaries in Spain, France, Germany, the United States, Brazil and Mexico, among others.
C/ Jose Miguel Iturrioz, 26
Andres Arizkorreta Garcia
Executive Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer
Aitor Galarza Rodriguez
Chief Financial, Controlling and Strategy Officer
Josu Villar Elorza
Chief Operating Officer
Juan Gastesi Iriarte
Chief Human Resources Officer
Marta Baztarrica Lizarbe
Executive Director, Secretary
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African football's ruling body has scrapped a $1 billion television and marketing rights deal with Lagardere Sports in the wake of separate judgments that it breached competition rules, but Lagardere said it would fight to enforce the contract.
Poland said on Wednesday it was taking a 35 percent stake in the country's biggest bus manufacturer Solaris Bus & Coach as part of its efforts to cut carbon dioxide emissions.
Poland is buying a 35 percent stake in Solaris Bus & Coach from Spanish train maker CAF , which already controls the Eastern European country's biggest bus manufacturer.
* Says certain funds managed by affiliates of Fortress Investment Group have purchased equity, substantially all of assets of CAF
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