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Gold and uranium producer Navoi Mining & Metallurgical Co has taken delivery of a range of track maintenance vehicles supplied by Russian company Sinara Transport Machines.
The order includes 12 PM-820 USO flat wagons with removable equipment and attachments for transporting track panels between 12∙5 m and 25 m long.
There are also six VPM-770 ballast hopper wagons, with power-actuated unloading, batch dropping and levelling capabilities.
An MPK powered flat vehicle can be used for shunting and moving track panels as part of a track-laying train Its cab features air-conditioning, a radio and audio remote warning system, and is suitable for operations at temperatures between -40°C and +50°C.
‘Our company works with mining and metallurgical sector entities that operate on 1 520 mm gauge railways’, said Anton Zubikhin, STM’s Deputy General Director for Sales. ‘More than 3 000 units of shunting locomotives manufactured by our company are being used in the metallurgical industry. We are well aware of the needs of our customers and are ready to support them with various solutions in the areas of specialised and shunting machinery, aftersales and infrastructure services.’
This article first appeared on www.railwaygazette.com
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