Electro-Motive Diesel Progress Rail Locomotives, doing business as Electro-Motive Diesel (EMD), is an American manufacturer of diesel-electric locomotives, locomotive products and diesel engines for the rail industry. The company is owned by Caterpillar through its subsidiary Progress Rail.  
Electro-Motive Diesel (EMD®) is celebrating 100 years in business. Since 1922, EMD has been delivering top-of-the-line locomotives around the world. Take a ride through history as we share with you EMD's diverse past.
EMD. ENGINES. Progress Rail’s EMD ® E 23 Series engine is the latest in one of the longest-lasting medium-speed engine families in the world. With 80 years of experience in marine applications and over 78,000 engines delivered, EMD’s two-cycle engine design can be counted on to meet your needs for power and productivity with superior ...
With a focus on power, performance and innovation, Progress Rail, through its iconic EMD® brand, has been a premier provider of diesel-electric locomotive technology for nearly 100 years. EMD® locomotives comprise a majority of the active worldwide fleet, leading the company to develop a variety of unique OEM aftermarket (replacement) parts.
In the modern era, Electro-Motive was producing diesel engines displacing as much as 710ci per cylinder, in configurations as large as V-20, and generating more than 6,000 hp. As passenger...
Electro-Motive Diesel: Locomotives, Models, Photos. Last revised: February 28, 2023. By: Adam Burns. Electro-Motive Diesel, formerly a division of Progressive Rail (owned by Caterpillar), has a history dating back to the early 20th century. EMD originally began as the Electro-Motive Corporation, a privately owned company being based out of ...
The Electro-Motive Diesel (EMD) Class 66 (or JT42CWR) are Co-Co diesel locomotives built by EMD for the European heavy freight market. Designed for use in Great Britain as the British Rail Class 66, a development of the Class 59, they have been adapted and certified for use in other European countries. 
History. Electro-Motive's model 567 prime mover was born, partly out of necessity. Throughout the 1930s the manufacturer had introduced radical new diesel-powered concepts to the railroad industry and general public such as Burlington's Zephyr streamliners and the early EA/E1/E2 passenger locomotives (among others).
EMD (Electro-Motive Diesel) | 10,242 followers on LinkedIn. Progress Rail, a Caterpillar company, designs and manufactures EMD rolling stock products and services for global railroad customers.
Our Electro-Motive Diesel (EMD) inventory at Hatch & Kirk includes a variety of new and remanufactured engine parts for marine, locomotive, and other industrial applications. We are best known for our supply of EMD parts and guarantee quality and positive user experience in each part.