Russia: TMH’s developing production facilities, digitisation in the holding, new Baltiets metro trains, the experience of operating EP1M passenger electric locomotives, the locomotive deliveries to Mongolia, the launch of modern engines at TMH Electrotech, etc. in the new issue.
Top 5 facts from the magazine:
1️⃣ With expanded facilities, the Demikhovo Machine Building Plant is able to repair and overhaul up to 200 cars a year. Now the plant can provide services under lifecycle contracts.
2️⃣ In Baltiets trains, only 1% of the cost of all components accounts for a Chinese electronic subcomponent base. In 1H2023, the Russian-based content is expected to increase from 90 to 99%. Since 2022, the trains have been supplied under a large-scale programme for the rolling stock renewal in Saint-Petersburg.
3️⃣ Almost 60% of the locomotive fleet of the Ulaanbaatar Railway Bureau (UBTZ) is by TMH. These are 54 mainline locomotives of 2TE116UM, 2TE116UD and 2TE25KM series, as well as 21 units of TEM18DM shunters. The rolling stock is supplied by TMH to the Mongolian operator since 2010.
4️⃣ TMH implements more than 100 digital projects and initiatives. “We are digitising the entire chain, from design and internal production management processes to logistics”, says Head of TMH’s Digitisation Office Vitaly Pleshanov.
5️⃣ In 2023, TMH Electrotech, a part of TMH, plans to produce about 200 DTA-380 asynchronous motors to drive wheel sets of Ivolga 3.0 trains. The production required to manufacture of more than 50 specific non-standard equipment and tools. After completion of the certification testing, DTA-380 motors will replace units that earlier were supplied from abroad.
Magazine: TMH Vektor, No. 4 (51) 2022 (pdf)