Sweden: EuroMaint Opens Maintenance Centre in Nässjö

CAF’s Swedish train maintenance company, EuroMaint, has opened a modern 35.000 square-metre maintenance centre in Nässjö.

The new site includes a stabling yard and a depot designed to maintain the new trains that CAF is supplying to Transitio AB for operations in Krösatåg.

Euromaint staff at work
EuroMaint staff at work

This order is part of a 2014 contract valued at over 250 million EUR for the production of 20 4-car EMUs and 8 biodiesel-electric BMUs. The contract also includes options to increase the order by an additional 19 EMUs and 7 BMUs.

To maintain these vehicles, the new depot is equipped with five tracks in the workshop, including a combi hall with automatic wash and de-icing systems.

The workshop has also been designed to facilitate a seamless spare parts supply flow using an automatic paternoster store.

Gorka Tamayo, CEO of EuroMaint Gruppen AB said:

“We are heavily investing in the Nordic market. We are creating the Nordic´s flagship railways maintenance depot here by means of our LeadMind advanced digital platform. This revolution in the Swedish railway will bring higher traffic availability and safer work environment.”


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