A road bed excavating machine is delivered to Mizutani-gumi.
It is used at the labor-saving track work section in Tokyo for East Japan Railway.
The work is conducted at night in a limited time. It can excavate the road bed (ballast) efficiently under automatic control.
A weld residue pot flatcar is delivered to Kureko Kogyo Unyu (in Nisshin Steel), followed by the previously delivered hot metal flatcar.
It can carry 40-ton weld residue.
This is a 60-ton load steel plate transfer flatcar delivered to a shipyard.
Overall length 18m, overall width 8.6m and vehicle weight 55 tons; The mobility and operability of the flatcar are improved with the “ハ-shaped” steering method.
Five 70-ton load hot metal flatcars are delivered to Kureko Kogyo Unyu.
Each vehicle has a load capacity of 105 tons together with the pot.
They operate at Kure Works, Nisshin Steel.
Two 16-ton locomotives towing torokko open carriages are delivered to Minamiaso Railway in Kumamoto Prefecture (in March 2007).
A track motor car and a 5-ton bogie are delivered to Transportation Bureau, City of Yokohama. They are used for accelerated construction of the new railway line and run at 60% acute gradients. The work bench above the bonnet extends 600mm to the left and right under hydraulic control.
A torokko open carriage is delivered to Minamiaso Railway (in May 2007).
Its beautiful appearance and riding comfort give fascination to sightseers, serving as an elder brother of the tora-carriage renewed lately.