The contract includes Bombardier Mitrac 3000 traction and control equipment and Flexx Power 350 bogies for the 330km/h power cars. Bombardier will also maintain these components for 12 years. Most of the production will be carried out at Bombardier's Trapagna plant in Spain.

Talgo is a member of the Al-Shoula consortium, which has a €6.74bn contract to equip, maintain, and operate the 450km railway. Spain's national train operator, Renfe, has the largest stake in the Spanish part with a 26.9% shareholding, followed by Adif, Spain's infrastructure manager, with 21.5%, and Talgo with 17.5%. The remaining 34.1% is held by other Spanish companies including Dimetronic, Indra and Ineco. There are two Saudi members of the consortium: Al-Shoula itself and Al-Rosan.