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A five-year agreement covering strategic co-operation in research and development has been signed by TMH Perspective Technologies Centre and Emperor Alexander I St Petersburg State Transport University.
The TMH subsidiary and the university aim to expanded the scope and increase the quantity of research, undertake engineering projects, release scientific literature and specialised journals and co-ordinate policies in strategic relations with the government.
‘The main task for the nearest future is increasing the life cycle of certain components for locomotives’, said Denis Karasev, CEO of TMH Perspective Technologies Centre.
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