Jenoptik's Defense & Civil Systems division receives order for train power supply systems

The order is worth over 5 million euros. Delivery will already commence in 2011

(PresseBox) ( Jena/Wedel, )
The Defense & Civil Systems division of the Jenoptik Group has received an order from Bombardier Transportation GmbH in Görlitz to deliver train power supply systems. These will primarily supply the air-conditioning units in double-deck coaches with electrical energy. The double-deck coaches will be delivered to Israel for service in public transport. The overall contract is worth over 5 million euros.

The delivery of the batch of these train power supply systems, each consisting of two diesel generators, two cooling systems, two air filters with sand traps and a common switching system will commence in 2011 and end in 2012.

The Defense & Civil Systems division has been doing business in the area of train power supply systems for many years and supplies units of varying power for both remotorization and new systems.

In Germany, Jenoptik is one of the key suppliers of subsystems and components for the defense industry. The Defense & Civil Systems division focuses on vehicle and aircraft equipment, drive and stabilization technology, optoelectronic instruments and systems for the defense and security industry, software, metrology and control technology as well as a comprehensive range of services. In the rail sector, the Jenoptik Group looks back on decades of successfully supplying subsystems and components for leading systems suppliers.
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