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Two 190-ton load self-traveling flatcars are delivered to Toshiba Logistics.

Two 190-ton load self-traveling flatcars are delivered to Toshiba Logistics.

The loading capacity of two vehicles is 380 tons and they are used to carry large transformers and so on.
They are driven by an engine generator, electric motor and cyclo reducer.

A 300-ton load flatcar is delivered to Kobe Steel.

A 300-ton load flatcar is delivered to Kobe Steel.

A 300-ton load flatcar is delivered to Kobe Steel.
The flatcar features 16m overall length, 60-ton dead weight, and double two-axle bogie structure (total eight wheels).
 

A 45-ton telecon-controlled locomotive is delivered to Sumitomo Metal Logistics Service (through Nittetsu Transportation).

A 45-ton telecon-controlled locomotive is delivered to Sumitomo Metal Logistics Service (through Nittetsu Transportation).

A 45-ton telecon-controlled locomotive is delivered to Sumitomo Metal Logistics Service (through Nittetsu Transportation).
The vehicle is used to carry products in the site of Sumitomo Metal Industries (at Kokura).
 

A 25-ton locomotive is delivered to Hitachi Transport System in China.

A 25-ton locomotive is delivered to Hitachi Transport System in China.

A 25-ton locomotive is delivered to Hitachi Transport System in China.
The vehicle tows the bullet train manufactured at Kasado Plant, Hitachi, to the main line.
 

A scene of the unloading of main body of vehicle with a large crane

A scene of the unloading of main body of vehicle with a large crane

A 45-ton locomotive is delivered to Kobelco Logistics. This is the third locomotive delivered to Kobelco Logistics.
Scene of the unloading of main body of vehicle with a large crane. Bogies are separately transferred and installed.
 

 

Maintenance wagon (MW) for bullet train railway delivered to Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

Maintenance wagon (MW) for bullet train railway delivered to Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

This is the maintenance wagon (MW) for bullet train railway delivered to Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.
It is used mainly for the inspection of the catenary and structures.
The vehicle found in the depth of the MW is called a tunnel inspection wagon (TW) that inspects the inner wall and catenary in the tunnel.

Water spray measurement vehicle delivered to Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Bridge & Steel Structures Engineering

Water spray measurement vehicle delivered to Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Bridge & Steel Structures Engineering

This is the water spray measurement vehicle delivered to Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Bridge & Steel Structures Engineering.
It is used to measure the water flow during inspection of fire fighting equipment (water spray) located in the tunnel of the expressway.

The second factory is completed.

The second factory is completed.

The second factory is completed.

  • Lot area: 3800m2
  • Gross factory area: 1159m2


A test running line is accommodated.

Maintenance vehicle (MRV) for new traffic system delivered to Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

Maintenance vehicle (MRV) for new traffic system delivered to Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

This is the maintenance vehicle (MRV) for the new traffic system delivered to Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.
It operates at Miami Airport in the United States for the maintenance of equipment and transportation of materials, as well as for rescue of passenger cars.

Four 65-ton telecon-controlled locomotives are ordered.

Four 65-ton telecon-controlled locomotives are ordered.

Four 65-ton telecon-controlled locomotives are ordered by Sumitomo Metal Industries (Konoike Transport). It can tow a center-cab type 2,000-ton vehicle.