Association of European
Rail Rolling stock Lessors
We promote interoperable, sustainable, efficient and safe passenger and cargo rolling stock for the European Railways.
Join us
Association of European
Rail Rolling stock Lessors
We promote interoperable, sustainable, efficient and safe passenger and cargo rolling stock for the European Railways.
Join us
Association of European
Rail Rolling stock Lessors
We promote interoperable, sustainable, efficient and safe passenger and cargo rolling stock for the European Railways.
Join us
Association of European
Rail Rolling stock Lessors
We promote interoperable, sustainable, efficient and safe passenger and cargo rolling stock for the European Railways.
Join us

AERRL in few key figures

We represent more than a half of the whole rolling stock leasing fleet in operation in European Union, Switzerland and Norway.

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about our association

The purpose of AERRL is to promote interoperable, sustainable, efficient and safe passenger and cargo rolling stock transport for the European railways. AERRL is also supporting an increased open access to railway infrastructure.

We aim to address all technical, operational, legal and scientific issues related to locomotives and train leasing operations for lessors operating in the European Union, like broad access to rolling stock, the European freight corridor development, realistic and affordable upgrades of rolling stock to ETCS, promotion of a more competitive European maintenance, spare parts market and support to further decarbonization and digitalization of rail transportation.

The organization is open to all companies or persons likely to contribute to the pursuit of its objectives.

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Press release

Bringing the industry together to drive the transition to very low-emission rail traction

AERRL & partners have launched the first phase of a study to identify and promote technologies to cut the climate impact of existing diesel-powered rail fleets in the near future. Although rail is already by far the most sustainable mode of land transport, this initiative aims to help rail transport on non-electrified lines transition to low-carbon technologies that provide even greener passenger and freight transport.

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