Konkan Railways Signs Agreement With Nepal Railway

10. april 2021 Slået fra Af Patrick

Krcl signed an agreement with Nepal`s Ministry of Railways on 10 May 2019 to deliver two 1,600 hp trains of DEM trains. The trains were manufactured at the Integral Coach Factory in Chennai. Each train has a diesel electric car, a diesel trailer car and three trailers, one with air conditioning. The trains are equipped with a new AC-controlled propulsion system. Konkan Railways Corporation Ltd has signed a contract with Nepal`s Ministry of Railways for the supply of two 1,600 units of DEMU trains. These trains will be used to operate the jayanagar rail link in India and Kurtha in Nepal. Train pads are manufactured by the Integrated Coach Factory, Chennai. One of the 1,600 PS DEMU trains with modern equipment that was delivered under the direction of the Konkan Railways Ministry to the Ministry of Railways, Nepal. | Proof of the photo: SPECIAL SETTING Central Nepal opens after 8 months with COVID arrangements The agreement was signed in Kathmandu in the presence of Indian Ambassador Manjeev Puri and Secretary of Nepal, Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport Madhusudan Adhikari. Each train kit consists of a driving car, three trailers equipped with an air-conditioned trailer, a travel trailer equipped with standard accessories. Kathmandu, Nepal, May 10 (ANI): Konkan Railways Corporation Ltd (KRCL) on Friday signed an agreement with Nepal`s Railway Ministry, according to which the former will supply two 1,600 horsepower trains. The agreement was signed in Kathmandu in the presence of India`s Ambassador to Nepal, Manjeev Singh Puri, and Nepal`s Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport, Madhusudan Adhikari. , including an air-conditioned bus.

Jayanagar-Kurtha Railway Link was built by IRCON with a grant from the Government of India (GoI) as part of the India-Nepal Development Partnership Program. KRCL is a public sector company (PSU) that is run by the Ministry of Railways. (ANI) The agreement was signed in Kathmandu in the presence of India`s Ambassador to Nepal, Manjeev Singh Puri, and Nepal`s Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport, Madhusudan Adhikari. Jayanagar-Kurtha Railway Link was built by IRCON with a grant from the Government of India (GoI) as part of the India-Nepal Development Partnership Program.