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  1. http://www.railwaygazette.com/news/high-speed/single-view/view/hitachi-unveils-at400-british-bullet-train-concept.html
  2. bikkuri bahn

    Hitachi Rail world business

    Good article, especially the section about the integration of AnsaldoBreda. http://www.railjournal.com/index.php/rolling-stock/hitachi-builds-momentum-in-global-market.html
  3. A little bit more info about this proposed rolling stock design: http://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Companies/Hitachi-looks-beyond-bullet-trains-in-export-push *apparently this design will be independent of systems/rolling stock designed around the shinkansen concept
  4. Just a tidbit from the tail end of a Sankei article, but it was revealed that Hitachi Rail has been working on a rolling stock design proposal to pitch to London Underground. The project was started three years ago. It is projected that around three thousand carriages will have to be replaced in the 2020~2030 timeframe. The projected design will have airconditioning (a first apparently), as well as walk-through (open gangway) carriages. http://www.sankei.com/economy/news/150903/ecn1509030032-n1.html
  5. http://www.europeanrailwayreview.com/24206/rail-industry-news/hitachi-presents-3d-film-footage-of-conceptual-high-speed-train/
  6. Interesting factoid from a Nikkei Business online article. It's estimated for the period 2014~2019, Hitachi Rail will hold top market share in the new railway carriage market in the UK. For this period Hitachi currently has 1273 carriages in the order books, while Siemens has 1140, and Bombardier 943. The article, an interview with CEO Alistair Dormer, continues with discussion of corporate philosphy etc. http://business.nikkeibp.co.jp/atcl/report/15/070200015/070600002/?P=1
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