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9 February 2021 Sinara-Transport Machines Built Track Maintenance Machines For India
On February 9 the Russian-made components and assemblies for the type RTM-32 track tampers arrived at the port of Chennai (in the southeast state of Tamil Nadu).
The new export project of Sinara – Transport Machines (STM) includes two kits of such components, which were ordered in June 2020 by SAN Engineering & Locomotive Co. of Bangalore (in southwest India) for the purpose of manufacturing two RTM-32 machines to be delivered to Indian Railways (IR).
Each kit includes electrical and mechanical parts produced by JSC RPM (Kaluga Plant Remputmash), a major Russian track machines manufacturer that belongs to STM. The tampers are of a new type developed for IR based on the design solutions that have been applied in Russia.
The project involves a high degree of localization of the track tampers’ manufacturing in India. The Russian kits of components are used for final assembly at San Engineering & Locomotives Co., where the Indian parts are being produced. It is envisaged that by the end of 2021 both tampers will be handed over to IR for pilot operation.
IR uses the STM-built machines since 2000. Its fleet incorpotes track-laying cranes, dynamic track stabilisers, ballast regulating machines and track tampers. Their repair and maintenance has been arranged by STM and its local partners under the Indian Railways‘ Annual maintenance contracts.
Now, STM is focused on expanding its presence on the Indian market, planning to develop both industrial assembly and after-sale services in this country, aiming to expand its portfolio of orders and participate in respective tenders.
In 2020, STM also won the IR tender for the supply of 19 ballast regulating machines, a project developed within the „Make in India“ program. Design engineering for the partially localised manufacturing and assembly of these machines is currently in progress at Kalugaputmash, another STM’s track machines manufacturing site. The components manufacturing will begin in the first quarter of 2021.