For example, five diesel locomotives of the series TGM1-2626, TGM6-524, TGM6-2105, TGM6-2135, and TEM2-2045 are expected to be overhauled in Vawkavysk.
A representative of a European company made such a proposal recently.
This would help resolve the issue of a lack of traction rolling stock at Ukrzaliznytsia.
This would improve the railway’s throughput capacity for Ukraine’s exports.
The multi-system hybrid electric locomotive with traction batteries for operation on non-electrified tracks was developed for the Rail Cargo Hungaria freight operator.
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The value of the seized locomotives is more than UAH 70 million.
The company also needs engines for modernizing existing locomotives, special vehicles for rebuilding infrastructure, and other items.
The engines should be delivered by 2023.
The project for supply of 130 Alstom locomotives worth EUR 900 million is moving into the stage of practical implementation.
The Daugavpils Locomotive Repair Plant has already delivered all the wagons.
According to the minister of infrastructure, locomotives and trains can be purchased for Ukrzaliznytsia from foreign companies only on condition of localization of production.
Ukrainian components may be used for locomotives intended not only for Ukrzaliznytsia, but also for Alstom’s other international contracts.
Alstom clarified that these are not only potential suppliers under the planned contract for supply of electric locomotives to Ukraine.
A memorandum on provision of Swiss funds for financing the purchase of Stadler trains has been signed.
Ukrzaliznytsia has developed a concept for working with its locomotive fleet until 2033.
The company has welcomed the ratification of the Ukrainian-French intergovernmental agreement on supply of locomotives by the Ukrainian parliament.
According to Alstom, sourcing from Ukrainian suppliers will begin with the first electric locomotive.
The declared number of locomotives can be increased to 200 in the future.
The French manufacturer of rolling stock is willing to localize up to 35% of production and subsequent maintenance in Ukraine.