Press releases | 03/27/2015 Liebherr to Modernize Split Units on Trams at Rhein-Neckar-Verkehr GmbH

Liebherr-Transportation Systems has been selected by Rhein-Neckar-Verkehr GmbH of Mannheim (Germany) to modernize 70 driver's cab split units on trams of the type GTN 6/8.

Liebherr-Transportation Systems GmbH & Co KG, Korneuburg, Austria

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The driver's cab split units each consist of an air treatment unit and an air conditioning unit. The contract covers the modernization of 70 units including the cleaning of the air ducts and the aluflex pipes.

Having been awarded the contract by Rhein-Neckar-Verkehr GmbH, Liebherr-Transportation Systems has extended its range of aftermarket services. In the future, the company will be able to offer other customers professional duct cleaning in association with overhaul and modernization work on air conditioning systems.

Liebherr-Transportation Systems – Renowned Manufacturer of Railway Technology

Liebherr-Aerospace & Transportation SAS in Toulouse (France) is one of eleven divisional control companies in the Liebherr Group and coordinates all activities in the fields of transportation and aviation equipment. It employs around 4,900 people worldwide.

Liebherr’s transportation systems division deals with air conditioning, hydraulic actuation systems and electronic components for rail vehicles of all kinds, and is backed by many years of experience in the development and manufacture of these technologies. In addition to its own sales and service centers, the division has access to the Group’s development and service facilities around the world. This global set-up means that Liebherr-Transportation Systems is there for its customers wherever they may be.


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Ute Braam

Head of Corporate Communications

Liebherr-Aerospace & Transportation SAS

Pfänderstraße 50-52

88161 Lindenberg