Domestic Tram Panorama Arriving From Bursa, Reaches Poland

The local tram panorama set off from Bursa reached Poland
The local tram panorama set off from Bursa reached Poland

The world's 7 tram manufacturer Bursa Durmazlar Holding 'Panorama' is Turkey's first indigenous tram, sent to EU member Olsztyn, Poland. The tram, which set off from Bursa on Thursday, January 30, reached Olsztyn on Thursday, February 13.


Durmazlar The Holding decided to invest and grow in rail systems in 2018 and won the tender for the purchase of tram vehicles opened by the Municipality of Olsztyn in Poland the same year. The agreement, which covers 12 tram production in the first place, is expected to grow in the following period and reach up to 24. The cost of the 12-car tram tender was announced as approximately 20 million Euros. With a capacity of 210 people, Panorama can reach 70 kilometers / hour.

DurmazlarFinally, it won the tender for a 177-car tram tender for 100 million Euros opened by the Municipality in Bucharest, the Romanian capital. Romania's local company Astra won the tender in the race with the Chinese CRRC consortium DurmazlarBecame the preferred brand in Romania after Poland. Will produce a 36-meter Panorama model for Bucharest Durmazlarwill deliver all the vehicles in 36 months.

Durmazlar The Holding has become an exporting company today with the investments it has made in the rail systems sector, which it stepped in 2009 with the Durmaray brand. Starting a new investment with the growth decision taken in rail systems DurmazlarWith the new facility planned to be operational this year, it will reach the capacity to produce vehicles such as metro, intercity high-speed passenger trains.

Durmazlarvehicles carry passengers in many provinces domestically. In 2018, the Istanbul Eminönü-Alibeyköy line will provide Doğuş İnşaat ve Ticaret A.Ş. to supply 30 tram vehicles. deliveries after the contract signed with DurmazlarSilkworm, Greencity and Panaroma models are available. Durmazlar It also produces high speed train bogies for French Alstom and South Korean Hyundai Rotem companies. (Source: World)



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