Timisoara's Tram Cars to Produce in Bozankaya

temesvarin will produce tram cars to bozankaya
temesvarin will produce tram cars to bozankaya

Turkey's first rail vehicle exporter to Bozanka, Total 16 100% for the Romanian city of Timisoara will produce low-floor trams. With the additional option 24, the order is expected to be completed to 40.

Bozankaya, who designs and manufactures electric commercial vehicles and rail system vehicles in Ankara, has won the tender for the 16 tram tram for the city of Timişvar, Romania. The auction also includes an additional option of 24. 18 months will be the first deliveries will start within 48 months after the signing of the contract.

temesvarin will produce tram cars to bozankaya
temesvarin will produce tram cars to bozankaya

The new Temesvar trams that Bozankaya will produce within the scope of this tender will be 30 meters long, with 5 module and 170 passenger capacity. These trams, which will have a maximum speed of 70km / h, will provide great convenience in passenger boarding and boarding thanks to the 100 low-bottom design. In addition, the new Timişoara trams will have a driving range of more than 60 kilometers on battery power, without the need for a battery. In this way, the new Timişoara trams will never stop in case of power failure or similar situations. In addition, 2021 European Capital of Culture Timişoara will be able to remove the catenary lines during the passage through the historical areas and provide uninterrupted surface rail transportation without disturbing the environment.

Bozanka will provide 33 million euros in foreign exchange inflows to Turkey with this project. With the use of the 24 additional option in the contract, the total export will exceed 80 Million Euros.

Boasting the pride of expanding its international presence by stepping into a new market, Bozankaya stands out as an innovative and environment-friendly transportation systems manufacturer. DNA in R & D and Turkey's first also develop domestic design subway train Bozanka to have previously won a metro tender in Bangkok consortium established with Siemens Mobility and had presented Turkey's exports in the first rail vehicle.

Similar Railway News

Similar High Speed ​​Train News

Be the first to comment

Comments

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment is processed.