Renfe

Company description

Renfe is a Spanish state-owned company with the purpose of providing passenger and freight transport services by rail and other complementary services and activities connected to railway transport. The company also carries out the manufacturing and maintenance of railway rolling stock. Renfe operates Spanish Railways General Interest Network, commuter rail services and the second largest highspeed network worldwide, which is connected to the European railway system.

Company details

City:
Madrid
Address:
Avda. Pío XII, 110. 28036, Madrid.

Participation in projects

Projects Transactions
List of the updates in which the company was involved

Company updates

  • September 14, 2023

    Spanish Investors Show Strong Interest in La Sierra Section 4's Male and Longitudinal Train

    The Private Investment Promotion Agency (PROINVERSIÓN) has successfully concluded the bilateral meetings to promote the Huancayo Railway projects -Huancavelica (FHH) and Car...

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  • July 24, 2023

    Shortlist announced for multimillion Rail PPP project in Canada

    The government of Canada has announced the groups that will be able to submit a proposal for the High-Frequency Rail (HFR) project.

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  • August 31, 2022

    Shadow operator appointed for Rail Baltica

    RB Rail AS, Rail Baltic Estonia OÜ and SIA “Eiropas Dzelzceļa līnijas” have signed a joint venture agreement with the consortium comprising DB Engineering & Consult...

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  • November 28, 2019

    ADIF approved pre-award of capacity to three companies for Spanish railway concessions

    The Board of Directors of Adif approved the pre-award of capacity for the next decade to three companies for the liberalization of the railway sector in Spain. The companies are consortium formed...

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  • July 18, 2011

    Spanish consortium awarded Mecca-Medina high speed rail contract

    It's been ages since bids for the high speed rail line between Meddina and Mecca were submitted. There were two consortiums fighting to get the contract:

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