Company Overview of GE - Transportation
GE - Transportation designs, manufactures, and services freight and passenger locomotive, signaling, and communications and control products for the rail industry. It designs and builds marine engines, stationary power systems, wind turbine drive systems, and drilling motors, as well as offers electric drives for mining vehicles. The company also offers crossing control products, monitoring and recording technologies, electronic track circuits and interlocking controls, structures and color lights, switch point machines, train inspection systems, and yard solutions. In addition, it provides locomotive parts, product and service upgrades, monitoring and diagnostics, and wreck repair services;...
2901 East Lake Road
Erie, PA 16531
Key Executives for GE - Transportation
Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Executive Officer of GE Infrastructure - Rail and President of GE Infrastructure - Rail
Chief Executive Officer of China Region GE Infrastructure Transportation
Chairman of the Board of General Electric Company and Chief Executive Officer of General Electric Company
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
GE - Transportation Key Developments
GE Transportation Wins First Order for its New Marine Diesel Engine
Nov 20 13
GE Transportation announced the first sale of its new 12V250 Marine Diesel Engine that meets Ecomagination standards and is designed to meet EPA Tier 4i and IMO Tier III Emissions standards. GE's breakthrough technology eliminates the need for a urea-based after-treatment emissions reduction system, providing more valuable cargo space, and reduces emissions by 50%. Oceaneering will have five new GE Transportation 12V250 Marine Diesel engines as part of the gensets to power its new subsea support vessel. GE's distributor Cummins Mid-South, LLC will integrate the GE engines into the gensets and deliver them to BAE Systems that is building the vessel for Oceaneering. The vessel, model MT6022, is designed for Oceaneering by Marin Teknikk. GE Transportation's marine engine technology eliminates the need for a Selective Catalytic Reduction system (SCR) exhaust gas after-treatment and storing or using urea aboard a vessel, thereby preserving precious cargo and tank space. SCR requires the use of a diesel exhaust fluid, typically urea, to reduce NOx (nitrous oxide) in an after-treatment of exhaust gas. GE's non-SCR solution is based on the technological advancements of the L250 and V250 engines and requires no supplemental equipment or fluids.
GE Transportation Announces New Software Products for Intermodal Terminal Operations At the Intermodal Association
Nov 18 13
GE Transportation's Optimization Solutions is demonstrating several extensions to its OASIS intermodal terminal operating software system. These new technologies aimed at reducing terminal operating costs and improve terminal throughput will be featured during the 31(st) Annual Intermodal Expo through November 19. GE Transportation's OASIS System used by terminal operators to manage, plan and optimize terminal operations. Installed at over 100 terminals across North America, the OASIS System allows operators to enhance yard and gate efficiency, reduce operating costs, increase yard and equipment utilization, boost throughput to handle increased capacity, and minimize errors and improve customer service. GE Transportation has also developed a native mobile app for Android and iOS smartphones that integrates drayage company drivers to the OASIS terminal operating system. This capability allows drivers to perform advance check-in and check-out, confirm unit locations, complete service requests, and receive parking location updates all from a mobile phone.
CSX Corporation and GE Transportation Partner to Pilot Liquified Natural Gas Locomotives
Nov 13 13
CSX Corporation and GE Transportation announced an agreement to explore emissions-cutting and efficiency breakthroughs in Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) technology for locomotives beginning with a pilot program in 2014. Natural gas-fueled locomotives can travel longer distances without refueling stops, as well as provide environmental and economic benefits. Adoption of natural gas-fueled locomotives will make freight rail an even more attractive transportation solution and furthers the industry's ability to absorb traffic from the nation's highways in an environmentally efficient way. CSX will be working over the next few months to develop a test plan and secure regulatory concurrence. For CSX, GE Transportation will deploy its new NextFuel(TM) Natural Gas Retrofit Kits that enable existing Evolution Series locomotives to operate with dual fuel capabilities. CSX and GE will also work on the continued development of LNG technology for other classes of locomotives to promote gains across a larger portion of the CSX locomotive fleet, and will work closely with key stakeholders and agencies across government to ensure safety, realize environmental and other benefits, and advance LNG deployment.
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