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Alstom and KTZ signed a cooperation agreement

Alstom and Kazakhstan Railways (KTZ) have expanded their existing partnership with an agreement to supply 160 KZ8A electric locomotives.


Kazakhstan builds second track on railway line to China

Kazakhstan has begun construction of a second track on a railway line leading to the city of Dostyk, near the border with China.


Kazakhstan actually blocked the export of Russian grain to China

Kazakhstan has actually blocked the railroad deliveries of Russian grain to the countries of Central Asia and China. The reason is in the transit tariffs of "Kazakhstan Temir Zholy", due to which grain transportation has become "economically inexpedient".


KTZ redeemed its bonds

On November 1, 2022, KTZ made a full buyback of its Eurobonds maturing in 2042 in the amount of USD 882,978,000 at face value, reports Railway Supply magazine citing Rail-news.


How one of the largest cargo terminals of KTZ works

Almost 150 thousand tons of cargo were handled by the capital cargo terminal of Kedentransservice JSC for 9 months of 2022.


KTZ and Wabtec signed an agreement on the supply of locomotives for 600 million US dollars

Kazakhstan Temir Zholy (KTZ) and Wabtec signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the supply of 150 FLXdriveTM battery shunters and upgrade work to convert the mainline fleet to NextFuelTM locomotives powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG).
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Railway transport will play a key role for Kazakhstan

President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev noted the need for effective implementation of the country's transit potential.
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Kazakhstan has difficulties with the transportation of oil due to the war unleashed by Russia

More than 1. 3 thousand wagons and containers with Kazakh cargo are idle in China.
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18 freight cars derailed in Kazakhstan

18 freight cars derailed in the East Kazakhstan region on April 3. This is reported by the railway magazine Railway Supply with reference to the press service of the Kazakhstan Railway.
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The fee for the use of access roads has been reduced in Kazakhstan

The government of Kazakhstan has significantly reduced the fee for using access roads in the country. It is reported by the railway magazine Railway Supply with reference to the media.
KTZ cargo turnover reaches historic high in 2021


Kazakhstan intends to invest $20 billion to diversify transit routes

According to the President of Kazakhstan, Kasim-Jomart Tokayev, the priority task for the country is to diversify transit and transport routes and introduce integrated logistics solutions, including the launch of new land corridors, reports Railway Supply magazine.
KTZ cargo turnover reaches historic high in 2021


KTZ cargo turnover reaches historic high in 2021

The operational cargo turnover of Kazakhstan Temir Zholy in 2021 reached 239 billion tkm net, which is a historical maximum for all the years of independence, informs Railway Supply magazine.