Stadler is a leading global pure-play producer of rolling stock and related systems with a strong track record of focused expansion. Founded in Switzerland in 1942, the Company has a long history of design and manufacturing excellence, offering its customers Swiss quality, precision engineering and best-in-class project management capabilities. Stadlers origins as a local business focused on producing tailor-made trains and locomotives in small batch sizes have built the basis for its expansion into a multinational yet independent organization that prides itself on its ability to customize its rolling stock product offerings to meet the most varied and challenging customer specifications, while maintaining the ability to tailor-make trains on an individual or modular basis.
Stadler operates in two reporting segments: The Rolling Stock segment focuses on the design, engineering and production of high-speed, intercity and regional passenger trains and coaches, as well as locomotives, metros and light rail vehicles ("LRV"), thereby addressing all relevant segments of the rail market. The Service & Components segment offers customers a range of services, from the supply of single spare parts, vehicle repairs, modernization and overhauls to entire full service offerings, ensuring that after delivery, Stadlers vehicles continue to meet customers' most stringent demands in terms of reliability and availability during their entire life cycle of, on average, 30 years.