The global rolling stock industry is undergoing many changes. This can be attributed to rising demand in developing countries, the launch of new technologies, regulatory requirements, and increasing expectations of customers. Key industry players are consolidating to reposition themselves in different geographic regions and effectively leverage skills and opportunities. Rolling stock customers are benefitting from the development of new products, delivery of integrated solutions as well as improvements in maintenance and after-sales services.
Part 1 (PDF format) of the report describes the global rolling stock supply and upgrade industry and will have four chapters.
Chapter 1 provides the current market size of the rolling stock segment and describes the existing global rolling stock industry, rolling stock technologies, asset management and maintenance services, funding sources utilised, as well as key trends and developments.
Chapter 2 provides key trends and opportunities in five regions - North America, Latin America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, and the Middle East and Africa.
Chapter 3 describes the competitive landscape of suppliers in terms of market share and regional distribution. It provides profiles of key players, new launches and upcoming technologies.
Chapter 4 indicates the growth drivers and key issues, identifies opportunities for industry players, provides market forecasts up to 2030, lists recent contracts awarded and open tenders, and describes innovative funding sources for the delivery and management of railway systems.
Part 2 (an MS Excel database) of the report provides detailed and up-to-date information on rolling stock fleet. Fleet details covered for each project will include system name and location (city, country), owner and operator, supplier, fleet size, type of railcar, track gauge, delivery period of current fleet, current line/network length, planned line length additions up to 2030, planned line length additions beyond 2030, rolling stock upgrade and system modernisation plans, number of railcars planned to be procured, procurement status (open tender, contract awarded, delivery ongoing), funding sources, supplier of upcoming fleet (in case contract has been awarded), contract value, and delivery period.
Part 3 (Appendix) of the report provides a directory of project contacts including developers and industry players as well as research methodology.
Table of Contents
PART 1: GLOBAL METRORAIL ROLLING STOCK SUPPLY AND UPGRADE 2018-2030 (PDF format)
1.1.2 Market size of rolling stock
1.1.3 Technology deployment
1.1.4 Asset management and rolling stock maintenance services
1.1.5 Managing obsolescence
1.1.7 Key trends and developments
1.2.2 North America
1.2.3 Latin America
1.2.6 Middle East and Africa
1.3.2 Regional distribution
1.3.3 Profiles of key players
1.3.4 New launches and upcoming technologies
1.4.2 Rolling stock procurement and upgrade- ongoing and planned
1.4.3 Rolling stock market forecast 2018-2030
1.4.4 Innovation in financing and procurement
1.4.5 Recent contracts
1.4.6 Key issues and challenges
- Details covered for each project will include:
- System name and location (city, country)
- Developer and operator
- Existing network details
- Network expansion by 2030
- Existing fleet size
- Average age
- Track gauge
- Power supply
- Rolling stock procurement plans
- Rolling stock upgradation and modernisation plans
- Supplier of upcoming fleet (in case contract is awarded)
- Contract value
- Delivery period
3.2 Directory of key contacts