|Industry||Railway - rolling stock|
|Predecessor||CNR Changchun Railway|
Vehicles Co., Ltd.
|Subsidiaries||in Hefei, Wuhan, Chongqing|
CRRC Changchun Railway Vehicles Co., Ltd. (Chinese: 中车长春轨道客车股份有限公司) is a Chinese rolling stock manufacturer and a division of the CRRC. While the CRV emerged in 2002, the company's roots date back to the establishment of the Changchun Car Company in 1954. The company became a division of CNR Corporation before its merger with CSR to form the present CRRC. It has produced a variety of rolling stock for customers in China and abroad, including locomotives, passenger cars, multiple units, rapid transit and light rail vehicles. It has established technology transfer partnerships with several foreign railcar manufacturers, including Bombardier Transportation, Alstom, and Siemens Mobility.
Changchun Bombardier Railway Vehicles Co. Ltd. (CBRC)
Clients and products
All information below accurate as per CNR Changchun Simplified Chinese website.
- China Railway
- Type 25Z AC high-speed passenger cars
- NZJ2 "Shenzhou" Double Deck DMU
- "Jinlun" Double Deck DMU
- SYZ25 “Lushan” Double-deck DMU
- Type SYZ25B AC Double Deck Coach
- China Railways CRH3 High Speed Trains - with Tangshan Railway Vehicle and based on the Siemens Velaro platform
- China Railways CRH5 High Speed Trains - based on Alstom's New Pendolino ETR-600
- China Railways CRHCJ-1
- China Railways CRHCJ-5
- Beijing Subway (Line 1, Line 2, Line 5, Line 6, Line 9, Line 10, Line 13, Line 14, Line 15, Line 16, Yizhuang line, Fangshan line, Yanfang line and Airport Express)
- Tianjin Metro (Line 1, Line 9)
- Shenzhen Metro (Line 1, Line 2, Line 3, Line 5, Line 7, Line 9) licensed from Bombardier Transportation
- Chongqing Rail Transit
- Guangzhou Metro - Movia metro cars licensed from Bombardier Transportation
- Wuhan Metro Type B cars (Line 1, Line 2, Line 3)
- Optics Valley Traffic System LRV in Wuhan - 100 cars
- Shanghai Metro (Line 3, Line 4, Line 6, Line 7, Line 8, Line 9, Line 12, Line 17) licensed from Bombardier Transportation
- Changchun Rail Transit heavy-rail cars
- Shenyang Metro (Line 1)
- Guangfo Metro (Line 1)
- Xi'an Metro (Line 2)
- Harbin Metro
- Nanchang Metro (Line 1, Line 2)
- Chengdu Metro (Line 3, Line 4)
- Lanzhou Metro (Line 1)
- Pyongyang Metro (North Korea) - DK4 [archived]
- Tehran Metro (Iran) - Line 1 and Line 4
- Colombia: Teamed with Bombardier to supply metro cars and equipment to Bogotá Metro 
- Passenger cars for Sri Lanka
- BTS Skytrain
- Silom line 17 4-car sets (Bangkok, Thailand)
- Sukhumvit line 24 4-car sets for the north extensions in Sukhumvit Line (Bangkok, Thailand)
- Mashhad Light Rail (Iran)
- Mecca Metro and Al Mashaaer Al Mugaddassah Metro Southern Line (Saudi Arabia)
- Hong Kong MTR
- Passenger cars for Argentina
- Sydney Trains (Australia) - A & B-set double-deck EMUs (final assembly by Downer Rail's Cardiff Locomotive Workshops)
- Rio de Janeiro Metro (Brazil) - Line 1A metro cars
- SuperVia (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) - Commuter EMUs
- Buenos Aires Underground (Argentina) - Buenos Aires Underground 200 Series for Line A
- Addis Ababa Light Rail (Ethiopia)
- The following are built at the Springfield, Massachusetts factory:
- Tel Aviv (Israel) - Red Line for NTA
- Metro Trains Melbourne (Australia) - High Capacity Metro Trains (final assembly at Newport Workshops, Melbourne)
- Double-deck passenger cars for Iran
- Passenger cars for Pakistan
- Passenger cars for Bangladesh
- KiwiRail (New Zealand) - 50 passenger car bogies
- MRT (Singapore) - C951 cars for Downtown line with Bombardier Transportation (owned by Land Transport Authority and operated by SBS Transit DTL Pte Ltd)
- Express Rail Link (Malaysia)
- "Alstom in China".
- "New generation of carbon-fiber tramcar meets public in NE China".
- "Bombardier to supply 246 Movia cars for Shanghai Line 12". Railway Gazette International. 2009-12-18. Archived from the original on 2011-06-16. Retrieved 2010-03-02.
- Chan, D. M. (2019-10-21). "Chinese firms team up for Colombia subway". Asia Times. Retrieved 2020-07-05.
- "Makkah metro contracts signed". Railway Gazette International. 2009-06-24. Archived from the original on 2010-02-28. Retrieved 2010-03-02.
- NSW orders more Waratah EMUs for Sydney International Railway Journal 2 December 2016
- 1,100 Jobs with 65 New Trains Built in Victoria, For Victoria Premier of Victoria 12 September 2016
- Evolution Rail to supply Melbourne high capacity EMUs Railway Gazette International 12 September 2016
- "Express Rail Link & Changchun Railway Ink Agreement for Purchase of New Trains". prnewswire.com. Retrieved 2014-11-27.
- "Express Rail Link signs deal for six new trains". globalairrail.com. Retrieved 2014-11-26.
- "China's rail carmaker to supply Malaysia with six trains". http://usa.chinadaily.com.cn/. Retrieved 2014-11-26. External link in
- "ERL buys 6 new trains from China's CRC". myrapid.com.my. Retrieved 2014-11-26.
- Bombardier Transportation - Facilities in China - Three Manufacturing Joint Ventures (PDF), Bombardier Transportation, 2009
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