AMF Technotransport

AMF Technotransport was a locomotive and railway rolling stock maintenance facility in Pointe-Saint-Charles, an area of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It was originally the Pointe-Saint-Charles shops of Canadian National Railways and became a separate subsidiary in 1993 under the name AMF Technotransport.

In 1995, CN awarded a contract to manage AMF to GEC-Alsthom. In 1996, CN sold AMF to GEC-Alsthom. GEC-Alsthom subsequently changed its name to Alstom. By 1998, Alstom had dropped the AMF name and identified the facility as Alstom's Montreal remanufacturing centre or its Montreal rail centre.