Kazakhstan Railways KTZ

KAZAKHSTAN Railways (KTZ) has signed a memorandum of understanding with GE Transportation to use digital technologies, with the aim of reducing fuel consumption, optimise power distribution, enhancing operational safety, and…
KAZAKHSTAN’s president Mr Nursultan Nazarbayev inaugurated a new main station in the country’s capital Astana on May 31.
KAZAKHSTAN Railways (KTZ) and Uzbekistan Railways (UTY) held a ceremony on March 22 in Tashkent to mark the arrival of a new twice-weekly overnight service between Kazakhstan’s largest city Almaty…
A wireless broadband system has been installed on the Astana – Borovoye line in Kazakhstan by InfiNet Wireless to provide Wi-Fi on trains as part of Kazakhstan Railways’ (KTZ) pilot…
KAZAKHSTAN’s Ministry for Investment and Development announced on September 29 that the government has prepared a draft resolution for the separation of Kazakhstan State Railways (KTZ) into infrastructure and operating…
With the sale of its power generation and turbine business to GE at the end of last year, Alstom has been left to focus entirely on its rail activities. Chairman…
ALSTOM has acquired an additional 25% stake in the Kazakh EKZ joint venture locomotive manufacturer from Kazakhstan Railways (KTZ) to become the main shareholder with a 50% holding.
THE president of Kazakhstan Railways (KTZ), Mr Askar Mamin, has announced plans to introduce Talgo trains on three additional routes during the second half of 2015.
THE first KZ4AT four-axle passenger locomotive for Kazakhstan Railways (KTZ) entered service on the Astana – Kokshetau route at the end of March.
JSC Lokomotiv Kurastyru Zauyty (LKZ), Kazakhstan, has delivered the first of a batch of 1520mm-gauge TE33A six-axle diesel locomotives for Turkmenistan Railways (TPK).
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