PCC Intermodal SA signed an agreement with Tabor Dębica for the supply of modernized shunting locomotives

PCC Intermodal SA signed an agreement with Tabor Dębica for the supply of modernized  locomotives for shunting operation at container terminals. Agreement also includes maintenance services, as railway magazine «Railway Supply» reports referring Nakolei.pl

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Picture: Tabor Dębica

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The contract was concluded on 14th of October 14 2020. The subject of the contract is three modernized SM42 locomotives (currently no longer in production). The total value of the contract is PLN 12,870,300.00.

The manufacturing company Tabor Dębica offers 6Dh1 (Alf) locomotives. The Alf is an upgraded version of the SM42 shunting locomotive and such machines are likely to be supplied to PCC Intermodal. The contract is due in autumn 2021.

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