Rocky Mountaineer invests in new carriages

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Luxury Canadian rail company Rocky Mountaineer is to add 10 new coaches to its trains in 2018.

There will be 10 new GoldLeaf carriages built by Stadler in Switzerland and Germany.

Rocky Mountaineer president Steve Sammut said: “We are constantly looking for ways to improve our guest experience, which is the core of our business.

“The care and attention that has gone into every detail of this carriage build is remarkable. We are focused on redefining comfort for our guests.

“Stadler is a leader in railcar engineering, and working with them allows us to re-invent our most luxurious class of service from the ground up.”

Rocky Mountaineer is currently revitalising its entire fleet of GoldLeaf and SilverLeaf carriages. The largest capital investment in Rocky Mountaineer’s 26 year history, the new custom made bi-level glass domed carriages are the first to be added since 2007.

Stadler Rail Group chief executive Peter Spuhler said: “We are very proud to have won this order for these high-quality coaches and would like to express our gratitude for the trust that has been placed in us.

“Tailor-made is one of our core business areas and therefore, we are convinced that we will deliver on all wishes and needs to the complete satisfaction of our new business partner together with our Stadle

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