Bogie plant tops expansion drive

Hondius, Harry
October 2010
Railway Gazette International;Oct2010, Vol. 166 Issue 10, p66
Trade Publication
The article discusses rail passenger car manufacturer Stadler Rail Group's opening of a bogie production facility in Oberwinterthur, Switzerland. The plant, which will serve as the company's main production facility for bogies, is expected to produce 1,200 bogies every year. The facility features a Unisign milling machine for bogie frames. The company spent 28 million Swiss francs for the construction of the facility.


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