Stadler is to build an additional four trams for Croydon Tramlink to add to its fleet of Variobahn light rail vehicles.
The new trams, which will be delivered in 2015, are an extension of the six already in operation on the network.
Sharon Thompson, director of London Tramlink, said in a statement: “We are happy to continue our cooperation with Stadler Pankow because this company convinced us with their delivery to the agreed timescales, the high quality product and a great deal of personal commitment of the employees on site in Croydon.
“We are continuing to expand our modern transport system with these additional vehicles.”
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