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Deliveries will commence this year and continue into 2023. Construction of the high-speed line, which is an extension of the Qingyin high-speed line, began in October 2020.
Vossloh chief executive, Mr Oliver Schuster, says that this order means that the planned sales in the high-speed market in China for 2022 are already fully secured.
The contract follows a €30m contract award in mid-December, for rail fastening systems for the construction of high-speed lines in southern China. Deliveries are due this year.
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