Field tests have seen KEP's P80 point machine complete 1,200 switches, while operating in extreme temperatures, without fault.
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Alstom's new passenger locomotives made in Kazakhstan will be ready by the end of 2019, will be able to run at 200km/h and will be able to operate in extreme conditions from -50°C to +50°C.
Kazakhstan are to receive 300 shunter locomotives from GE Transportation, marking their continued commitment to their rail infrastructure…
Alstom has inaugurated its first repairing centre in Astana, Kazakhstan. The corrective and overhaul preventive works, including spare parts and repairing of traction and brake systems, for the Prima T8 (KZ8A) and Prima M4 (KZ4AT) locomotives will be performed there for a period of 25 years.