Information on the Covid-19 situation

Our deepest sympathies go out to all who have been affected by the Covid-19 outbreaks throughout the world. These are challenging times for everyone, which is why we are doing our part to help prevent the further spread of the virus, while supporting the needs of our customers, partners and employees.


We have – and always will – put the health, safety and security of people first.


Siemens Mobility is continuously monitoring all aspects of the Covid-19 situation, evaluating all new developments and taking measures to protect its employees. The economic consequences of Covid-19 will impact Siemens Mobility. 


We’re doing everything we can to maintain operations at our production plants as well as our service to continue to support our customers and partners as far as possible. This is particularly important in areas in which, together with customers, we provide products and services for critical infrastructure. As we do this, the health and safety of our employees and our partners are always a top priority. And we are, of course, cooperating closely with the relevant public authorities, works councils and representatives of people with disabilities.

Return to Siemens Mobility Limited Offices





With our offices reconfigured to ensure social distancing, we are prepared for employees to begin returning to our offices.  Watch this video to see what has been done at our sites and familiarise yourself with the processes for attending our offices.




Further information

Siemens Mobility launches new technology to keep train carriages COVID-free

Siemens Mobility Limited is launching innovative technology in partnership with environmental specialists Yellow Collective to cleanse the air in rail carriages – leaving them COVID-19, virus and bacteria-free in under 15 minutes.

The solution aims to increase passenger confidence in the safety measures undertaken by transport operators in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, 

Siemens Mobility delivers 3d-printed attachments for door handles to improve hygiene measures in trains

Russian Railways (RZD) is currently testing 36 attachments for door handles provided by Siemens Mobility. The attachments enable doors to be opened with an elbow or lower arm rather than a hand and thus reduce the risk of spreading germs or a virus like Covid-19. Siemens Mobility has installed the prototypes in several Desiro trains being operated in the Moscow area by Russian Railways. The parts are produced with the help of additive manufacturing and can be delivered on demand. Implementation in further train fleets is being planned.

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