About Hyundai Rotem

About Hyundai Rotem
About Hyundai Rotem

Hyundai Rotem is an industrial company from South Korea that manufactures railway vehicles, defense industry equipment and production lines. It is affiliated with Hyundai Motor company. In Turkey in July 2006 joint EUROTEM Inc. established his company.

History


The company was founded in 1999 by the merger of the relevant divisions of three major railway vehicle manufacturers, namely Korea Rolling Stock Corporation (KOROS), Hanjin Heavy Industries, Daewoo Heavy Industries and Hyundai Precision & Industries. Its name was changed to Rotem (Railroading Technology System) on January 1, 2002.

Products

Railways

  • Light rail
    • Manila light rail - Line 1 (with Adtranz)
    • Adana metro
    • Istanbul metro - T4
  • Yüksek Hızlı Tren
    • Korail, KTX-I
    • Korail, KTX-Sancheon (KTX-II)
  • Magnetic rail train (Maglev)
  • Diesel multi unit
    • Iran Railways
    • Ireland - Iarnród Éireann IE 22000
    • Philippines - Philippines National Railways
    • Tayland
    • South Korea - Korail Diesel Hydraulic vehicle
  • Electric multi unit
    • New Zealand FP class electrical multi-unit for Wellington area (Greater Wellington Regional Council), Vellington, New Zealand
    • SEPTA Regional Rail, Silverliner V, Philadelfiya
    • Supervia (Rio de Janeiro) Suburban train
    • Denver (RTD East Corridor) - Silverliner V variant
  • Subway cars
    • Seoul subway, (SMRT (Seoul Metropolitan Rapid Transit Corporation)), Korail, DJET, DGSC, BTC (Busan Transportation Corporation, AREX, Incheon subway
    • MTR Hong Kong - MTR K-Stock EMU | ”K-stock” (with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries)
    • SkyTrain Canada Line Vancouver
    • Manila light subway - line 2
    • Athens metro EMU, lines 2 and 3 (+ Athens Airport).
    • Ankara metro (EMU - Başkent metro)
    • Istanbul metro Marmaray tube crossing
    • Istanbul subway M2 - M6 line
    • Delhi Metro Phase 1 (RS1 - Lines 1,2,3, XNUMX, XNUMX)
    • Delhi Metro Phase 2 (RS3 - Lines 5,6, XNUMX, XNUMX)
    • Sao Paulo Metro line 4
    • Salvador metro
    • Almaty metro
    • Hyderabad metro (2012)
  • Electric Locomotive
    • Korail 8000, 8100, 8200
  • Diesel-Electric Locomotive
    • Bangladeş
    • Korail Class 4400, 7000, 7100, 7200, 7300, 7400, 7500 (GT26CW Series)
  • Electric Push-pull train
    • Tayvan
    • Hindi Stan
  • Rotem Bi-Level vehicles
    • Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority
    • Metrolink (Southern California)
  • Bolsterless, (mobile parts) XG EMU, Power Motor Car, In-board, HST
  • Electronic equipment

Defense industry

  • K1A1 main battle tank
  • K2 Black Panther main battle tank
  • K1 armored repair vehicle
  • Cleaning Machines
  • 60-ton heavy vehicle carrier
  • Warehouse maintenance
  • Integrated logistics systems

Machinery and manufacturing industry

  • Mechanical Press, Hydraulic Press, Automatic racking system (Industry)
  • Electric Arc Furnace (Iron-steel)
  • Ladle Furnace (Iron-steel)
  • Cranes (Building)
  • Passenger Boarding Bridges
  • Production line construction (Industry)

Customers

  • TransLink (British Columbia)
  • MTR
  • SEPTA
  • SMRT (Seoul Metropolitan Rapid Transit Corporation (Seoul subway)), Korail, BUTC, DGSC, DJeT
  • Supervia, Rio de Janeiro (commuter train)
  • Attiko Metro SA
  • TC Republic of Turkey Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, Railways, General Directorate of Ports and Airports
  • ViaQuatro, Sao Paulo metro line 4 operation
  • Light Rail Transit Authority A GOCC which operates Lines 1 and 2
  • Philippine National Railways A GOCC which operates PNR Northrail and Southrail
  • Metrolink (Southern California)
  • Tri-Rail Miami, Florida
  • Islamic Republic of Iran Railways
  • Bangladesh Railways (supply of diesel locomotives)
  • Ukrainian Railways
  • MBTA


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