CZ Loko Continues Locomotive Upgrades for Estonian Operail
CZ Loko is continuing is modernisation works to upgrade the old GE Transportation C30 locomotives into C30-M units for Estonia.
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Alstom and Nexans celebrate three years of collaboration through their joint venture, Cabliance. The joint venture produces electrical harnesses and control cabinets for the Moroccan and international rail industry. The celebration was held in Fez, Morocco and was in presence of Moulay Hafid Elalamy, the Moroccan minister for industry, commerce, investment and the digital economy and Alstom’s country president for Morocco, Thi Mai Tran.
“Alstom is committed to developing its activities in Morocco by focusing on two axes of development: the co-localisation of its expertise and the development of local knowhow. Alstom sees Morocco as a high-potential market and a bridge between Europe and subsaharan Africa to project itself towards new emerging markets” says Thi Mai Tran, Alstom Country President Morocco.
“Through this collaboration, Nexans Morocco continues to support the development of the country’s industry by investing in sectors of strategic activity which favour the transfer of knowhow, advanced technology and the creation of added value. In this way, Nexans strengthens its position as a major actor in industrial activities related to transport (automotive, aviation and now rail) while maintaining its position as local industrial leader in the power cables and telecommunications professions, as well as in equipment and substations” says Karim Bennis, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Nexans Morocco.
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