Tier 4 locos with MTU
MTU will deliver Series 4000 and Series 2000 engines to Knoxville Locomotive Works.
Kiwis from China
Powered by MTU engines from Germany, KiwiRail's chinese DL-Class locomotives haul freight trains weighing thousand of tons
Queen takes a train ride with MTU
The brand new train of British railway company Great Western Railways wears noble dark green livery and carries a royal title: Queen Elizabeth II.
MTU Rail Power for the British Isles
Wherever there are tracks in the British Isles, MTU rail drive systems deliver the power for locomotives and railcars.
A great fit
A diesel engine, an electric motor and the newly developed EnergyPack battery system – three components making one unique product.
Railcars from Harsco Rail, powered by MTU PowerPacks, will play a key part in maintaining the world's longest railway tunnel.
MTU rail engines operate worldwide. Click on this interactive map and find out where these engines operate.
Diesel goes electric
MTU has performed its own tests on a hybrid train on the Stauden railway line in Germany.
On the Swabian Railway
MTU-powered trains carry not only locals but large numbers of tourists through the Südbahn railway line from Ulm to Friedrichshafen - a popular holiday region.
Lithuanian Railways overhauls freight locomotives using MTU reman engines.
By ensuring that the alpine routes remain open and safe all year round, high-performance maintenance locomotives form the backbone.
Second major engine remanufacturing
The first engine to be returned to operator Virgin Trains following a second major remanufacturing at MTU Reman Technologies in Magdeburg.
An uphill task
MTU repowered the Alstom diesel-electric Type AD16 locomotive, which transports passengers and various other things in Madagascar
Maybach and MTU traction systems make British railway history
MTU and its predecessor companies have had a shaping influence on the development of rail traffic in the UK with their innovative traction and service solutions since the 1950s.
Carrying the hopes of a nation
Chinese locomotives are set to reshape freight traffic in South Africa and put the nation on track for economic growth. They are driven by MTU engines.
Martina makes light of heavy industry
At the Voestalpine steelworks rail yard in the Austrian town of Linz on the River Danube they need powerful partners.
Allgäu's vintage snow plough locomotive
Deutsche Bahn's V 221 locomotive, powered by MTU engines, is deployed as a snow plough locomotive.
Mastering the Alpine passes
Rhaetian Railway's new multi-purpose utility locomotive is completing its commissioning trials in the Swiss Alps with a MTU engine.
Gigantic show with personal touch
Michael Kempf is a service technician currently at Innotrans and sent this post about the importance of service.
Slideshow MTU@InnoTrans 2014: 90 years of rail drives
Take a walk around the trade show with us. Say hello to our staff at the MTU booth. Discover at the open-air area...
'Railcars are the trend'
Blog post from applications technology team leader Harald Gottschalch about events at Innotrans.
'Rail industry is getting cosmopolitan'
A post from Aaron Haußmann, team leader in rail drive sales, about his first day at Innotrans.
A view of the MTU booth
MTU showcases an engine from bygone days, and next to it, its current rail portfolio.
Trade Show Highlights
MTU engines are not only showcased at the MTU booth, but can be seen in many of the locomotives and railcars in the outdoor display.
Video: Shaping the Future
A video showing MTU milestones in 90 years of railway history.
Innotrans here at last!
Countdown to Innotrans - blog post from MTU applications technician Ulrich Tröstler.
90 years as a systems partner
In 1924, Karl Maybach laid the foundation for the MTU rail-drive brand, putting the company on track for success.
What does the future hold for automatic start/stop technology, bi-fuel and gas engines and hybrid drive systems? A look into the future in the rail sector.
For its new marshalling locomotive, American rail vehicle builder Knoxville Locomotive has switched to a single high-speed MTU unit.
"We are being paid for availability and reliability"
Jim Brewin, development engineer at Hitachi Rail Europe, explains the requirements which Hitachi and MTU have to meet for the IEP project.
MTU supplies 250 Powerpacks for new railcars in the British Intercity Express program. Maintenance contract covers next 27.5 years.
MTU´s Hybrid-Powerpack enables railcars to operate almost silently on non-electrified routes and to do it on 25% less fuel.
King of the hill
Up to 4,000 wagons are shunted around every day at Europe´s biggest marshalling yard. Without reliable freight locomotives, everything would come to a standstill.