Bombardier apologizes for delayed trains, quality issues in Switzerland

BERLIN -- Swiss Federal Railways and Bombardier Inc. say that new train deliveries may not resume for some time, apologizing to passengers as the vehicles fail to live up to expectations.

Following a joint presentation to Swiss parliament, executives said in a statement that "it will still be a while before the train can satisfy all aspects" of Switzerland's customer standards.

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