An August 2019 string-line derailment at CN’s MacMillan Yard in Ontario led to the death of a rail yard operating employee, according to the Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB), which officially released its investigation report on April 5.
CSX has been named to the inaugural Forbes Green Growth 50 list of companies that are reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions while growing profits; also, the Class I railroad will soon serve electric vehicle manufacturer Rivian Automotive Inc. in Atlanta, Ga.
One of the oldest producers of locomotives is introducing a new approach to manufacturing as it expands its global reach.
GE Transportation’s Contagem, Brazil, locomotive assembly plant is operating with a mixed-model moving assembly line, which GE calls “a new approach to manufacturing locomotives.”
Monday the 13th at General Electric: The 125-year-old corporation, among the world’s oldest, announced a massive, aggressive downsizing and restructuring, a reduced dividend, and an in-the-works divestiture of its storied Transportation division, one of the world’s largest, most successful builders of railway locomotives.
General Electric announced that Rafael Santana, president and Chief Executive of GE Latin America, has been named president and CEO of GE Transportation, effective November 1.
Leading locomotive manufacturer General Electric is shifting production of its diesel-electric locomotives from its facility in Erie, Pa., to Texas, and cutting 575 jobs.
This week GE Transportation unveiled the final design for the 700 3.36MW and 300 4.47MW locomotives it is delivering to Indian Railways.
GE on Feb. 13 announced goals of having 20,000 women fill STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) roles by 2020 and obtaining 50:50 representation in all the company’s technical entry-level programs.