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Wagon Pars Built 297 Passenger, Freight Cars Last Year

Iranian rolling stock manufacturer, Wagon Pars Company, built 290 freight and seven passenger wagons in the last Iranian year (March 2018-19) at a cost of 812 billion rials ($6 million), the company’s CEO said.

“We have also begun the construction of 533 more wagons this year, 500 of which will be cargo cars and the remaining 33 will be passenger cars,” Mohammad Reza Bakhtiari was also quoted as saying by IRNA.

According to the official, Wagon Pars has the capacity to build 150 passenger and 1,000 cargo wagons per year.

Wagon Pars, launched in 1974 in the city of Arak in Markazi Province, is a subsidiary of the Industrial Development and Renovation Organization of Iran and the largest manufacturer of freight, passenger and subway wagons in the Middle East.

News No: 4315
Date: 2019/04/11 - 14:20
News Source: Financial Tribune

Wagon Pars Built  Car  Mohammad Reza Bakhtiari  Middle East  Industrial 

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