The Stadler Rail Group is in a position to offer the market complete vehicle concepts. Every aspect of production is undertaken under one roof, from body and bogie production through the final assembly. State-of-the-art technologies, lightweight and service-friendly designs help to keep operating, energy, and maintenance costs low. Modular concepts cover specific requirements by rail companies – one of the reasons for the success of the Stadler Rail Group.
The Swiss Stadler Rail Group, with its ten sites in Bussnang, Altenrhein, Winterthur (Switzerland), Berlin (Germany), Siedlce (Poland), Pusztaszabolcs, Szolnok (Hungary), Czech Republic (Prague), Italy (Meran) and Algiers (Algeria), is focussing on the regional and suburban service market segments, the light regional express railway service, streetcars and intends to remain the global Number One in the rack railway vehicle market.
Stadler is present in Hungary via 3 subsidiaries. Stadler Trains Hungary Ltd is responsible for sales, is based in Budapest. This subsidiary is also responsible for the Pusztaszabolcs administrative base, and provides maintenance for the Hungarian State Railways (Magyar Államvasutak) and the fleet of FLIRT trains.