Alstom’s $56.6 Million Partnership with SFMTA

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Alstom, the Mare Island based company and promoter of
sustainable mobility, an­nounced it had been awarded a three-year, $56.6
million on Dec. 4, 2018, by the San Francisco Municipal Trans­portation Agency
(SFMTA) for Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) services to manage and supply parts
for the SFMTA rail fleet. As set by the scope of the contract, Alstom will con­tinue
to provide SFMTA with parts, inventory planning and automated part
replenishment via an integrated IT system, obsolescence management, management
and oversight of the VMI program, and provide as-needed technical and engi­neering
services.


VMI allows operators to focus on operations, passen­ger
service and satisfaction by streamlining the parts procure­ment process. The
program has allowed SFMTA to carry out regular and predictive main­tenance of
its fleet and add maintenance technicians to staff. VMI has increased daily
average car availability and mean distance between fail­ures, making more rail
vehicles available for passenger reve­nue service by increasing mate­rial
availability and decreasing inventory management costs.


Alstom manages more than 1,100 new parts for SFMTA’s fleet,
which is comprised of 149 light rail vehicles, 39 his­toric streetcars and 31
cable cars, which need a continuous supply of spare part

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