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At the end of 2018, German rail freight operator ITL Eisenbahngesellshaft, a subsidiary of Captrain Deutschland, ordered four EuroDual locomotives. These will be used for heavy freight services in Germany, with a speed of up to 120 km/h.
The ITL machines will be electric (6.15MW, 15kV and 25kV AC) and diesel-electric (Caterpillar C175016, 2.8 MW, Stage IIIB). The locomotives will be equipped with ETCS BSL3, PZB, three-way catalytic converters, cameras, and remote control.
They will enter service in 2020.
Photo: Stadler Rail
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