French mobility equipment manufacturer Alstom expects the first phase of its Rs 20,000-crore electric locomotive manufacturing facility, which will manufacture 800 super high-power locomotives, in Madhepura, Bihar, to be ready by September this year.
The company, which is currently exporting rail solutions to Australia from India, is now looking at exports to the Middle East, said Bharat Salhotra, managing director for transport operations at Alstom in India and South Asia. Read More…
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