LEAF Locomotives

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Custom Built in the USA, Shipped Internationally

LEAF is a member of the Marmon/Berkshire Hathaway GLOBAL RAILCAR MOVER GROUP, the leading manufacturers of bi-modal railcar shunting equipment and LEAF Locomotives internationally. Placed in service in 2008, our US-based company has been successfully saving locomotive customers 72.5% in fuel costs for railcar movement and shunting in the handling of industrial materials. Today, as part of Berkshire Hathaway and Marmon Holdings, Inc., LEAF continually sets new standards for railcar movement equipment with innovations in efficiency, reliability, safety, and ease of operation.

LEAF Locomotive Additional Benefits:

  • Reliable – 98.5% up time
  • FRA Compliant NEW Locomotive
  • Zero stack embers – eliminating ground fire concerns
  • On-board computer for Real-time Engine Performance Reporting
  • Programmable Auto Shutdown & Speed Control – 10 mph default
  • Proprietary Locomotive Control and Traction Control system minimizes wheel slip
  • 15% lower decibel output than conventional locomotives
  • Reduced Start-Up Time- One-button Push Start
  • Standard AAR Control Stand
  • Easy to maintain
  • Uses readily available parts

See how LEAF can improve your rail operations today! Download the flyer below for more information.

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