The first 10 locomotives will be manufactured at GE's sites in Erie and
Grove City, United States and will be delivered to South Africa next
year. The remaining 90 will be assembled by Transnet from kits in its
own workshops, with production beginning later this year.
GE South
Africa Technologies regional sales leader Swaady Martin (left) and

Pradeep Haharaj, acting group executive of Transnet.