Tågkompaniet

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Tågkompaniet
Tågkompaniet logo.png
Tågkompaniet El16 24.jpg
Overview
Franchise(s)Norrtåg
Upptåget
Tåg i Bergslagen
Värmlandstrafik
X-Tåget
Main route(s)Uppsala - Tierp - Gävle
Tåg i Bergslagen
X-Tåget
Fleet size2 typ 16
1 typ Da
23 X50/X51/X54
2 Y1
2 Y31
Parent companyNorges Statsbaner (85%)
Websitewww.tagkompaniet.se

Tågkompaniet or Svenska Tågkompaniet AB (The Swedish Train Company) is a Swedish railway company that operates franchises in Northern Sweden and Greater Stockholm. The company was founded in 1999 by three former railway employees in Statens Järnvägar and the investment company Småföretagsinvest/Fylkinvest.[1] In 2005 Norwegian State Railways (Norwegian: Norges Statsbaner) purchased 34% of Svenska Tågkompaniet, and later on October 31, 2006 increased its ownership stake to 85%.[2]

The company has four franchise contracts:

Rolling stock[edit]

Locomotives[edit]

Multiple units[edit]

  • 3 X11 (Norrtåg) Umeå - Vännäs
  • 1 X20 (Stockholm-Furuvik) later moved to Tåg i Bergslagen, now stored in a private railway museum.
  • 3 X50 (Upptåget)
  • 16 X51 (6 X-tåget, 10 Tåg i Bergslagen)
  • 2 X52 (Norrtåg)
  • 4 X54 (Tåg i Bergslagen)
  • 12 X62 (Norrtåg)
  • 2 Y1 (Borlänge - Malung) later moved elsewhere when service was discontinued.
  • 2 Y31 (Borlänge - Malung)[3] later moved when service was discontinued.
  • 1 Y31 (Norrtåg)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tågkompaniet. "Tågkompaniet" (in Swedish). Retrieved 2006-12-04.
  2. ^ Norges Statsbaner (2006-10-31). "NSB øker i Tågkompaniet". Retrieved 2006-12-04.
  3. ^ Tågkompaniet. "Fakta om våra fordon" (in Swedish). Retrieved 2006-12-04.

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