Ural Locomotives is a joint venture of Sinara Group and Siemens conglomerate, created on the basis of production facilities of the Ural Railway Engineering Plant on July 1, 2010.
It is located in the city of Verkhnyaya Pyshma (Sverdlovsk Region).
The company designs, manufactures and services a new generation of traction rolling stock featuring increased efficiency and improved consumer, operational and environmental properties.
The factory produces Sinara (2ES6) mainline DC locomotives with commutator traction motors, Granit (2ES10) freight mainline DC locomotives with asynchronous traction motors, 2ES7 series mainline AC locomotives and various versions of the Lastochka high-speed trains.
Ural Locomotives is among the most advanced production complexes for manufacturing of high-speed transport in Europe, it is rightfully considered one of Russia’s leading transport engineering enterprises. The production complex combines over 500 units of production equipment made by the world’s leading manufacturers. The key consumer of the company’s products is Russian Railways JSC.