Kazakhstan: National railway operator signed an agreement with Citibank for a credit line of $900 mln. The funds should allow the purchase of about 240 locomotives and thus update 15% of KTZ’s locomotive fleet.
Kazakhstan: This was the news the president of the LKZ production site Marat Tleubayev revealed in his interview with the Kursiv media.
Kazakhstan: Prime minister Alihan Smaiylov introduced plans for the delivery of locomotives, passenger, and freight cars for the fleet of the national operator and its subsidiaries.
Kazakhstan: The manufacturer is to supply 537 passenger coaches for the KTZ national operator. The deal is claimed to be worth €2.3 bln.
Kazakhstan: The locomotive was designed for the 1520 mm gauge market by Wabtec. The certificate for its serial production was obtained at the end of 2021, and more than 10 such vehicles have already been produced.
USA: Wabtec and the Kazakhstan Temir Zholy national railway operator signed a memorandum of understanding for the prospective delivery of 150 battery shunters, as well as on the mainline fleet overhauling for LNG traction.
Kazakhstan: Together with the production site, the manufacturer will receive an order for 500 units of rolling stock. The financial aspects of the deal are now being discussed, although the tender has been going on since 2020.
EAEU: A new technical regulation, numbered TR EAEU 052/2021, was approved by Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) Council and will come into force in January 2025.