ScotRail extends Turbostar support

December 2011
Rail Business Intelligence;12/1/2011, Issue 403, p6
Trade Publication
The article informs that three-year extension has been given to Bombardier Inc. for its operational support and spares supply contract covering the ScotRail Class 170 Turbostar Diesel Multiple Units (DMUs).


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