France’s Alstom wants to produce electric locomotives for Ukraine and Georgia, with a joint market of 350 locomotives by 2025
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France’s Alstom wants to produce electric locomotives for Ukraine and Georgia, with a joint market of 350 locomotives by 2025

France’s Alstom wants to produce electric locomotives for Ukraine and Georgia, with a joint market of 350 locomotives by 2025, reports the Center for Transport Strategies. As a first step, the French rail giant plans to provide Ukrzaliznytsya a locomotive for testing, Bernard Pell, Alstom’s regional director, tells the news site. Last week, Alstom opened an office in Kyiv and named a country director, Vadim Pavlenko.

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