FLEXITY E-CLASS TRAMS INTRODUCTION AND ROLLOUT, VIC
The E-class trams are three-section, four-bogie articulated trams that were first introduced to the Melbourne tram network in 2013. They are built at Bombardier’s Dandenong factory, with the propulsion systems and bogies coming from Bombardier factories in Germany. The first tram was delivered to the Preston workshop in June 2013 and after testing entered service on route 96 in November 2013. As of January 2019, 72 (50 E1s and 22 E2s) are in service, of a total of 90 ordered by the State.
PNP has been supporting Bombardier with the tram fleet since the procurement process commenced in 2009.
Bid technical support, production planners, designers, methods engineers, M&E enginers, production supervisors, HSE coordinators, trades assistants, technicians, welding inspectors, quality inspectors, supply specialists, drafters, stores staff, HR & payroll assistants, financial controller, planner/scheduler, accountant, clerks