US$1.5 billion China-funded rail line opens in Kenya amid criticism over its economic feasibility
An interview with Roger Grossniklaus, Sales and Marketing Director, MATISA Materiel Industriel SA
Kenya inaugurates $1.5bn Nairobi-Naivasha rail line
Kenyan president opens standard-gauge extension
Kenyatta inaugurates SGR Phase 2A
CRRC locomotives for Nigeria presented in China
Modernised Alstom Ubunye factory inaugurated
Nigeria awards $3.9bn Abuja-Lokoja rail line contract to CRCC
Wegh Group invests in Mozambique sleeper plant
Final handover of Benguela Railway ‘renews people’s hope’
Tunisian National Railways (SNTF) awarded Hyundai Rotem a Dinars 416m ($US 147m) contract in October 2018 to supply 28 of the four-car trains.
Each 107.9m-long EMU will accommodate 1202 passengers (6p/m2), 248 of them seated.
The 25kV ac 50Hz trains have a maximum speed of 120km/h.
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