Electroputere VFU

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Electroputere VFU S.A.
Public: (BVB: RMAR)
IndustryRail
Founded1869
Headquarters,
ProductsRolling stock repair and construction
Number of employees
980[1]
ParentGrup Feroviar Român
Websitewww.electroputerevfu.ro

Electroputere VFU (former Remar S.A.) is an industrial engineering and manufacturing company based in Paşcani, Iaşi County, Romania. The company is a leader in the Romanian spare parts segment.

History[edit]

Founded in 1869, as Atelierele C.F.R. (C.F.R. Works) Paşcani, and later renamed Remar - „REparatii MAterial Rulant” (Rolling Stock Repairing), the company specialized in new construction, reconstruction, modernization and repairing of railway vehicles and spare parts manufacturing for rolling stock and related industries.[2]

In 2004, after the privatization process, Remar Paşcani became part of Grup Feroviar Român.[2] In 2013, the name was changed to Electroputere VFU.

Products[edit]

Rebuilt D1M DMU for Moldovan Railways

Electroputere VFU's concept of R&R („Redesign and Reconstruct”) was applied on more than 10 different projects for Diesel Multiple Units, passenger coaches (single or double deck, single unit or multiple units), trams and freight wagons.[1] Recent contracts include:

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b În următorii 2-3 ani, REMAR Paşcani şi-ar putea reduce dependenţa faţă de Căile Ferate Române at bursa.ro (in Romanian)
  2. ^ a b The history of Electroputere VFU
  3. ^ a b "Peste 30 milioane euro investiti la Electroputere VFU". clubferoviar.ro.
  4. ^ "Prima "Săgeată Albastră" recondiţionată. Vezi cum arată acum. Galerie FOTO". www.economica.net. 7 May 2015.
  5. ^ DVV Media Group GmbH. "Custom-built crane wagon for Africa". rwg.
  6. ^ "Electroputere VFU Pașcani a început modernizarea a 115 vagoane din noua serie 20-68 pentru CFR Călători". mobilitate.eu.

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