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2016/01/22

CAF WINS SIGNIFICANT CONTRACTS WORTH €740M IN THE UNITED KINGDOM

Yesterday, CAF signed contracts to manufacture two train fleets based on CAF's CIVITY platform with the operator Arriva UK and the finance services company Eversholt Rail Group, which are meant to run in Northern England.

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2015/12/29

JOSÉ MARÍA BAZTARRICA HANDS OVER THE CAF CHAIRMANSHIP TO ANDRÉS ARIZKORRETA

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2015/10/27

VISIT CAF AT AUSRAIL PLUS 2015 EXHIBITION IN MELBOURNE

CAF will be exhibiting again in the largest annual rail industry event in Oceania.

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2015/07/29

1ST HALF-YEAR 2015 RESULTS

The Backlog at 30 June 2015 stood at € 5,396 M, which is a new record for CAF, 11% up on the Backlog at the end of the 1st semester of the previous year. 80% of this amount relates to international markets.

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2015/06/24

VISIT CAF AT THE UIC HIGH SPEED CONGRESS IN TOKYO

CAF takes part in the Spanish stand organized by ICEX and RENFE in the 9th World Congress on High Speed Rail.

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2015/10/28

THIRD QUARTER 2015 RESULTS

The Backlog as of 30 September 2015 stands at €5,056.7M, i.e. an 8.62% increase compared to the Backlog as of 30 September the year before.

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2015/09/10

VISIT CAF AT RENCONTRES NATIONALES DU TRANSPORT PUBLIC (LYON) AND AT ELMIA NORDIC RAIL

CAF will shortly take part in two very relevant trade shows of the railway industry.

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2015/07/03

CAF TO SUPPLY 20 TRAINS TO MEDELLÍN METRO WITH A CONTRACT IN EXCESS OF €89M

CAF has been awarded the supply of 20 Metro Units for the City of Medellín (Colombia) under a contract that is worth circa €89m.

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2015/06/19

21 TRAM CONTRACT AWARDED TO CAF BY THE CITY OF LUXEMBOURG

The LUXTRAM Board of Directors has awarded CAF with the supply of 21 Trams for the City of Luxembourg worth approximately €83 million.

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