June 14, 2018

Duro Daković receives wagon orders

Written by  Branislav Pekic
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The contract betweem DURO Daković Special Vehicles and Swietelsky Baugesellschaft and Eurailpool is worth Kuna 87m. The contract betweem DURO Daković Special Vehicles and Swietelsky Baugesellschaft and Eurailpool is worth Kuna 87m.

DURO Daković Special Vehicles, Croatia, has signed two contracts for the delivery of wagons with companies Swietelsky Baugesellschaft, Austria, and Eurailpool.


The Kuna 87m ($US 13.9m) contract comprises Slnps flat wagons for Swietelsky, and Smnps intermodal flats for Eurailpool, co-owned by Swietelsky.

This follows an earlier contract with the Croatian company for Eamos tippler wagons which were delivered in 2010.

Duro Daković Special Vehicles will design both models of wagons in 2018, before building the prototypes for TSI testing and certification. Serial-produced wagons should be delivered in the second half of 2019.

Both types will be used for rail infrastructure traffic. The Smnps accommodate six containers.

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