It was a must-win game for Integral Coach Factory against Southern Railway on Monday and they came good to win the encounter 2-1 to stay alive in the Shriram City CHA Super Six Hockey League Championship.
A high-speed train journey between Howrah and New Delhi is in the offing with Indian Railways planning to introduce a Train-18 trainset on this route.
In what would count as a landmark development, the Indian Railways is set to commission the revolutionary Train 18 on the Delhi-Bhopal route by January 2019. The Integral Coach Factory (ICF) manufactured Train 18 is unique as it would run
Train 18, India’s first “engine-less” train designed to run at a speed of 160 km per hour, expected to replace the existing fleet of inter-city Shatabdi Express trains, will be rolled out of the Integral Coach Factory (ICF) here in the first week of October.
In an effort to increase safety of its passengers, Indian Railways is set to induct 4410 Linke hoffman Busch (LHB) coaches with anti-collision technology — which cause less fatalities — instead of the current Integral Coach Factory (ICF) coaches during the current financial year.
India’s much-awaited indigenously manufactured semi high-speed train, code-named Train 18, is expected to be rolled out in September. The train, built by Integral Coach Factory (ICF)
NEW DELHI: Indian Railways (IR) plans in mid-April to re-float a global tender for a Rs 27bn ($US 415.5m) contract to manufacture 15 inter-city EMUs in collaboration with a foreign partner, after the Stadler-Medha consortium emerged as the sole qualified bidder after technical bids were opened for the original tender on February 6. India’s Department … Continue reading “Railways to re-float $US 415.5m Global Tender for inter-city EMUs” …
These two new trains, ‘Train 18’ and ‘Train 20,’ currently in the process of development at the Integral Coach Factory (ICF) in Chennai, will be the fastest in India, running up to a maximum speed of 176 km per hour. Gatimaan Express, which is India’s fastest running train, has a maximum speed of 160 km per hour.
Good news for rail passengers plying between Chennai and Bengaluru, the commuters may soon save their journey time by an hour from next April, if the Integral coach factory (ICF), successfully rolls out its first of its kind EMU module named Train-18.
The Indian Railways would stop inducting the relatively unsafe Integral Coach Factory (ICF)-type coaches, which consist of two-thirds of its 60,000-strong fleet at present.